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The Chester Progreve ps81mper of ral tkm ever,/ Thursday hl Chwta', Ca]Mor/ia. and entered nnd paid br am 2 I ttil at the UnitABd Stat poet f,. ChNter. Cal//mla. Pint office nddreex. P.O. Box 270. Chintz'. California. Westwood Churches i$1q[lY OF GOD CllURCll Ash and Seventh Roy. D. J. Enders. Pastor Sunday School 9:45 a. m. Sunday worship 11:00 a. m. Sunday Junior Church 11 a. m. Sunday Youth Service e I n Sunday evening worship 7:00 p.m. w(K!mi Mionary Coun 12 to 1 p. m.,  street. Bible Study and Prayer meet- ing, Thuxday i30 p. n1 CHUm3 OF JESUS CHRIST LATTER DAY SAINTS Ash Street and Fifth Wutwood Branch President: L. J. Ringham Tax Fight 00:,00nyoCY007= VL,$ ,Wheer Orovflle-Wyandotte--- or the Richvale rrigtion District or any other so-called 9ubllc body--.can move into Plumas County and operate on a .tax.free basis was the subject of consid- erable study all last year. The president of O-W gave a ta}k before the Quincy Rotary Cl.b in which he mentioned that .the dis- trict did not expect to pay any taxes in this county. A large amou'n,t of money has been spett by the district to impound water of the Souih Fork of the Feather River for irrigation axtd hydro. electric power ppose C?tester Hard, Plumas Cotmty assessor, said ,this week, "As It stands right now, I will include Oroville-Wyandotte properW on the Plumas County .tax roll." He l.ntlm.ted the possllllty of litl. gatlon, started by O.W to enjoin him froa levying te tax, cotfld not be overlooked. Carperrter said article .13, sec- tion 1 of the Californta constltu. .tion excludes from tax exemp- tion lands ouslde ,the ,bounds. FIRST BAPTIST CHUItCH rles of a district, and wleh were Fourth and Delwood subject ,to tax a.t the time of Pastor: C. E. Rivers acquisition ,by the district. He Sunday worship 9:45 a.m. Isakl there is a court ease, hand- Sunday school 11:00 a.m. led down in 1960, in which it was Prayer meeting, Wednesday, I held water rights ob.talned ,by 7:30 p. m. and Saturday, 7:30 pa. Ithe Kern Waer Storage Distrct j - I were subject to tax by Kern LUTHERAN CHURCH J County. Carpenter added that 609 Elm Street there seems ,to be some author- Pastor: Marc Wolfram Sunday School 11:00 a. m. Worship Service 12:15 p. m. lrJt end third Sundays. Communion servlce--Thlrd Sun- day, 12:15 p.m. {I3YRCH OF THE NAZARENE 801 Delwood Street Rev. Gwendola Wilson, Pastor Sunday school 9:46 a. m. Monling worship 11 a. m. Ry for the contention that prop-i erW within the bountarles of a district is not sttbject .to tax-- which would bring the issue back o the question of hether or not Oroville-Wyandotte will 'be able to extend i.ts .boundarles across county lines to include a large segment of Plaas Courtly. The Oroville.Wyrtdotte Dist- rict is understood to ,have a con- Altar Society Elects Officers The Chester Altar Society met a the home of Grace Lamber last week and held an election of officers along with their reg- ula meeting. Dorothy unn was elected President, Vice Pres. El-' leon O'Brien; Secretary, Margaret Hunter; Treasurer, Mary  Ellen Garret; Reporter, Grace Lam- bevty: and Sunshine F u n d, Blanche Demarray. The 15 ladies present gave Fa- ther McLa.tthlin a s u r 13 r i s e blrthday party, and the Society presented him with a .gift certi. ficate. Pat Banks baked .the ,tirthday cake. The next regular meeting w, itl be held In March. Wahher League Elects Officers The Walther League of Oheste, and Greenville '.u:heran Church- es met t Chester last week and held an election of officers. Larry Maxey was elected pres. dent, Vice Pres. Billy 2tUunch, Secretary, Karen Rllea, Treasur- er, Vrie Riles, and Peter Wilson was elected in charge of enter. .tainment. The group then conducted Bble Study. The Old Testament Prophecy verses were studied in the lght of New Testament ver. see. After Ible Sudy there was entertainment of dart baseball. Youth Fellowship Plans Snow Party On Sunday, Feb. 18, there will be a snow party made up of Youth Fellowship of the Lassen- Amanor sub-district of the Meth- odist Church. The party will be i held In Chester and will begin at 2 pm with a fellowship dinner served by the ladies of the Ches- Evening worship 7:00 p.n PEOPLE'S CHURCH Cedar at Flth Pastor: L Edward Laraway Sunday School 9:45 a. m. Sunday worship 11:00 a. m. Ladies Aid, 1st and 3rd Tues- day 2 p. m. Bible study and Prayer meet- ing, Wednesday 7:30 p. m. 419 Cedar street. MYF FellowsMp, Sunday 6:30 p. In. Choir practice, Thursday 7:30 p. m. OUR LADT OF THE SNOW CATHOUC C'ErI Cedar at Fifth Pastor: Father William McLahRn Cx'ffemsion, Stmday 7:30 an. MaSs, Sunday, 8 axn. Altar Society, third Wedam- ctay 8 pan. Allstate Insmance Companies You're In good hands with Allstate Insurance Tom Marsh Agent 20 Crescent St., Quincy Ph. Quincy 575 or 494 tract with Pacific Gas and E1ec- ter church. A talk accompanied by tric Company to operate the by- slides will be given by .Bob Carey, droelectrie nlants and .buy .the 'cmerence youm atrector o uat- power--which has led fo the i ifrnia, from San Franeis.co. He recently made a world wde tap comment .that the O-W setu9 is I " a device under which PG&E can I operate on a tax free basis. It is, ! .v understood +there is a clause in CLLCIlJA she con.tract stipulating that i taxes lave o be paid on the property, the district and not .the power company will pay them. CarpenCer said the district has the riglt, under the law,  ap- peal to the State Boaxc! of qua-i lization and ask to have :its tax: bill reduced, in case it is felt he ll is ,too hiffh. "But ae mlnu they do that," Carpenter said, "they ,will be conceding tha.t the courvty does .h'ave .the right %o tx their property. The issue will then become not whether we can tax, ,but 'how much." CHESTER WOMEN'S BOWLING Won Lost Dinty Moore's 7 1 Lassen Drug 5 3 Medical Dental 5 3 Recreatior 4 4 Locatell's 4 4 Smokeys 4 4" Mt. Properties 3 5 Bank of America 0 8 High Series--Rose Luff 456--- Marilyn Guess, 453---Louise Budd, 449--Sophia Maxey, 446. High Games--Sophia Maxey, 171Bing Miller, l---Anna Lee Patton, 168--Louise Budd, 165-- Marilyn Guess, 164. Dear Sir: Regarding our poor .television reception in Chester since e moving of ,the tower I would like to pass on some informatioln to my fellow Chesterites. I' was able to ca'cch .a broad- cast on Channel 3 on which I heard the chief engineer of KCRA invlte all o write to him regar- ding their reception. Because our reception was so fuzzy I was unable to get his full name but he vas on Stan Atlinson's broadcast nd he is Chief Engineer of KCR Tele- vision, Sacamento, which oug.ht to be enough i rfformation to reach him. Let him know. Kahleen Stone CHESTER MEIS BOWLING Won Lost Mt. Lassen 6 2 Larry's Shell 5 3 Herrick's 4 4 Fire Departmen 4 4 Wes Mocks 3 5 Forest Service 2 6 High games: Jim Garrett, 208; Stan Carlson, 204, 202; Larry Wade, 204; Larry Roach, 202. Water Vote II.;hrtm Grandparents (ConUnul from pn. One) ] 3 ] Ralph and Janet Myers of .... - t  t  I Greenville have received word build a system using surface rath- [ ......... I '"ldtl ]if [J7 that their son and daughter-m-law er man we// waer me p eopm Ol [mlkkJk A It' . O Mr and Mrs Harold M ors of Chester would prooably nave a l , court battle on their hands with [ Funeral services were held on " Pacific Cas and Electric Company [Wednesday afternoon of this week over the water rights to Last for Lily S James, 97-year-old res- Chance Creek. ident of Canyondam, Who passed There is some question as to whether the company already holds water rights to the stream. The board of directors of the Chester Utility District met'Mon- day night to canvas the vote of the election, as they are requir- ed to do by law. The directors also released a statement rearding the proposed plan and the election. The state- meat was as follows: The,. Board Members of the Chester Public Utility District wish to thank all voters who took an interest in the special election of February 6th. They still feel :n t it is  feasible and reasonable that zdd be afforded by the District. There would have been ample water for .fire protection as well as good quality water for drink- ing and we would always have had good pressure for all home uses. As Chester needs more and more homes, this would have been a boon to the building of homes with easier Inancing. Lawrence Kope Orville Clark Kenneth Drown Leo Speegie I)arold Adamson BLUE AND GOLD DINNER The big event of the year in Cub Scouting, the Blue and Gold dinner, will be held Feb. 2 at the !Chester Elementary School. This is a pot luck dinner and will begin at 6:30. The boys will receive their awards of badges and ax- row points. There will be guests present from Susanville and Reno. VALENTINE PARTY HELD The Westwood VFW Post 6357 and Auxiliary held its annual Val- entine party Saturday night. The members present were Mr and Mrs Curtiss Lee, J C Thorpe, Lucille Wilson, Roff .and Isabell Villatovis, Clam Yilson, Nancy Little, Mr and Mrs Howard Bermight. C-ests from Chester were Glenn Martine and Mr Myers. CARD PARTY SET Mrs. Paul Bosetti of e AltaT Society of Ou Lady of the Snow Catholic Church in Westwood will be chairman of the anrmal card party Which will be held on away Feb. 10 in the County Hos- pital in Quincy. Mrs James had lived in California for 60 years and in Canyondam for 55 years. She was born in Bangor, New York, May 18, 1864. She had been a member of Sincerity Chapter of Eastern Sta' for 38 years. Services were held in Souders Funeral Chapel In Greenville un- der the direction of Sincerity Chapter No. 53, Order of Bastern Star. Survivors include a son Percy of Canyondam, a daughter Anona Solovieff of Duly City, one grand- daughter Joan Timothy and five great grandchildren. Souders Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements, and bur- ial was in the Greenville Ceme- tery. Casket bearers were James Hatch, Evert Little, Claude Doyle, Stanley Dolphin, Oran Hrgrave and Edward Spellmeyer. Crescent Mills Mr and Mrs John Crawford are being congratulated on becoming grandparents. Last week their daughtex and son-in-law, Mr and Mrs Al Mohat, became  parents of a boy. Mrs Crawford remained in Reno to be with her daughter for a few days. Bob Meginnes was here last week end from Fresno to visit his sister, Rae Kingdon and family and to renew old acquaintances. Mr and Mrs Charles Anderson became the parents of a girl, Tam- my Louise, Wednesday of last week. The baby joins five bro- thers and sisters. The public is remlnded: "Don't forget to mark Feb. 17 on your calendar for an "evening of card playing with the Crescent Com- munity Club at its club house. The party starts at 8 pm. There will be refreshments and a spe- cial prize. For 50 cents admission where could you have a more en- joyable evening?" Mr and Mrs Art Sorsoli spent the week end in Sacramento vis- iting their son and daughter-in- law, the Steve Sorsolis, and other relatives and friends. Mr and Mrs Jim York are be- ing congratulated on the birth of a son Saturday. The boy has three Saturday, March 17,th at the sisters .at home. Westwood Masonic Temple. The Mr and Mrs Myles Lancaster public is invited. Admission is and son Dale left Monday evening by doa,tion of 50 cents, for Anaheim. They received word Ms brother, Neat Lancaster, had SEWING CIRCLE MEETS ]passed away after a lengthy ill= The Lutheran Lades Sewing [ noes. Circle of Chester met last week l ..... at the home of Mrs. Lorraine I The international buffe supper were lheld Saturday, Feb. 10, by the Butler. Members present t:lSoroptimist Club of Greenville, etty Wolfram, Lttie Cory, ___: I had an attendance of 31, in spite tie Land, Ruth Granrud, ann I of the storm. Evelyn Clark. SKI TOW TO OPERATE The ski tow at Johnsville will be in operation this week end and also next Thursday, Feb. 22, wea- ther permitting. Stormy condi- tions prevented skiing last week end. Early this week there was a pack of ve feet of snow on the run. CARD OF THANKS We wish to thank our many friends for the flowers, cards, gifts of ood and the many acts of kindness shown to us during the recent loss of our loved one, Clif- fexd Lee Newton. Ethel Newton Elouise Young Donna Gotten. Hyattsvilie, Maryland, the proud parents of an 8 ,pound 11 ounce girl. The child was bern [Feb. 8 and has been named Cyn- thia Ann. This is the first child of the Harold Myers and the 3rd grandchild for the Ralph Myers. Harold is a brother of Mrs Margie Hamblin of Geenville. Garden Club to Meet Indian Valley Garden Club will meet at the home of Orma Math- ews Wednesday, Feb. 21, for ai 1:30 dessert. Mrs Alta Hall and Mrs Walter Camp are the so-host- esses. Colored slides of Yeilow-i stone Glacier Park and the Tellon will be shown. It has been an- nounced that friends will be wel- come GREENVILLE TEMPERATURES Bidwell Water Company ]bow High Feb. 6 28 45 7 32 41 8 32 36 9  ,37 l0 31 36 11 32 41 12 31 40 13 33 Greenville has been having rain and snow for the past week and total moisture for the storrrr to date is 9.40 inches. Total for the season is 22.74. Mrs Marie Delizzo is recuperat- ing at home with the mumps. Evert Sanders was able to leave the Feather River hospital Wed- nesday, Feb. 7, after suffering a head injury when a sprIng hit him in the face while he was working at the Monks Logging Co. 14 J W LaFleur returned to his [home Monday of this week from [the hospital, where he hd been [a patient for several days. SERMON THEME SET Next Sunday morning the Rev. Haven Martin of Chester's Com- munity Methodist Church will speak at the worship service at 11 am on the theme Greater Than Knowledge. 0000000@0000000@00000000 SYBIL'S B00KKEEPNG SERVICE 8 a.m. l0 8 p.m. Including Saturdays - Notary Public Typing I State & Federal Taxes Payrolls "k General Bookkeeping Service Call CLearbr00k 6-3338 211 Cedar, Westwood 00@00000000000000@4,@@@@@ ACTION lllT&TE FOR SAI S Bedroom homo in down. tow Ouiney with 1 bedroomi rental ,in rear. Terms. DIx on large lot. 1 bed. room each. 29% down, ownez wilt  balance. I Bedroom home on large lOt, very good condition. $5,50C 2 Bedroom modern home firep, W W Crp, Pie. ture Window, Built-in kitchez on 1  Downtowu. 8 Bedroom & Family Room, 2 batlul. Oa corner lot. Owner transferred, anxious to sell. 8 Uni Oourt, i bedroom each, oomplstoly flrished. Good  Toms. We Idao lave Iota, motl and busino88es. 0eme in and let us 8how you ron'd. GLADys R MANSEIL Rexltor Ineurnltee  Notary Public phone 570  East Quincy ]gBAY ESTATE - PLUMAS COUNTY'S MARKET PLACE - RESULTS 4 IPOl% SAE -- T=sh burner, IFOR SA.LE2 new Duo-therm/FOR RENT--1 bedroom cot-tFOR REN'lX---Furmshed, large, l WANTED -- Ironing, in my 24-HOUR SERVICE -- Black MONTGOMRY WARD I white, with some pipe. $45.1 crieutating oil heaters 11 tages, monthly. Just refin-J 1 & 2 bedroom cabins. Auto- I home. Baby sitting bv the and white photo finishing Orovfllc  Phone Quincy 676 or write] large 1 small $35 aud $50.[ ished Heat. Morrow Oourt [ rustic wMher & dryer Good. day or )art day Reliable Ouincv Photo Studio flc 2 Chevrolet suburban metal n Wo Beery Thurd&y P.O.Box 434 t .. , ,1 160 Mill Creek Road, East[ TV antenna reveptie d[ woman. Phone Quincy 250. , ]---One General re-' szamn wagons--1947 4:sP.I Quincy. tfcl bested. Butane cook stove, l f22 Patterson Sanitation Service-- Th t month s specials--Skid[ ceased heater dou*ble WMI trans.: .-sp_trans. 150[)R RENT--Furnished aart - I Electric refrigerator. $80. -- Greenville area. Residience thai na a8 low all $9.95. Snow{ with thermostat 30000] eacu. r.;t ox ,o, t'erla.! nent 111 West JaeksonVSt  monthly. Miller's Cabins, lW:}NTED---Old U.S. corns, be- pickup once weekly business faerie xr  4e0o IC i zore 1931 Will a bove caps aS low aa $12.88 plus n'r n,o .,. A;" 'o,d " 'i n,,,,= t' Mill Creek Road Phone[  . " P. Y .. pickup twice wee.kly. Reas. yoar old ti. Leave order in! h'eaer mebv * Msson)or "-[ FOR SALE--2189 acres in "'- ....  Quincy 576 M. ' tfc I ....... premiums. Ay uae, rates. Patterson Sanitation qllhtey, phone 502, or send[ ration 14 700 BTUs with t East Quincy by fairgrounde For Ront--43ne bedroom, fur- [ any coin-or fractional cur- Service Box 141 Grcen- ptem to Ed Willhtmeoa, o, [heiostat ' Preane s e t Roaie Epperaon, owner, 817 Phone 284-3841, Greenville. , ,    ...... Zartmen [ rency. Paul A. Wheat, Bx viile jlltfc , "  , lltfc iurnisne oenetur p t. 54 I Montgomm'y Ward, Orovllle, .-:,g --: .... a -:- -.*- *^-t Buckeye St., Redwood O*ty J igf t,ol ,til|tl, .ct wast[ , SloaL f15-22c Phone x B-1210 for any  ? " n' = "'* Calif. tf( fr- y'. "% ,."(;- --;= '7;72--- NOW Is the time to have those " " titan gtanltn, fa 2," ulsneu senate apt. au oleo-  homo 5 da- week 8a0 tel those aangerous nines  trees .j --.. *x-t ' w . .,... '. . z'JX z --:tall lurlsnea ' " ' " removed b -nalified tr men ..... FOR SAE---mall tricycle and x%Jxt .,h'& .rzc. *nrles pary xurn apartment utilities paid. 21 5. Phone Qttincy 741 after :^-^ .::--.O.T.', e en " -- n ] 13 r  Isaett. une nlecK irom pos ' ', 50 .m. , f15 xtsuv etv o .......... FOR SAE Get e y . old horse swang, $6.50 o" SWWp office. Phone Quincy 345W. E. Jackson, Phone 349, Qu] ,- P F22 .bay mare, bred to foal in July for 20-in bike---girl's pre- jlltfc SHERFEY' tfc WantedGeld coins, Atiques 1962. $150. Phon Quincy ferred. Ph. Oanyondam 2 or REST HOME -- of any kind. See Bill Jacks LASSEN HOME SUPPLY-Your pymet and terms. Good ioetion on highway: home  space for some ca. bins or emil Trailer Park. S on Ovesk; lteed low. Oahl We lutve the best buy avail aie iu O0 acrm meadow and hill hind; erms I Mc'Dsnl01 Kelt ph 284-4576 Bz O01, Greenville, California. Why buy & carpet shampooer We'll 10n you one FREE with pureha.se of Blue Lus- tre Oarpet & UphoterT cleaner. Quincy Hrdvare Of. 8AL---In 6 hi: mme & lYII. I/8 h Jet Immp. L. ]. 81ktpley, Rt, I, BOX 120, Oouny road noth Of firgrond Qnncy. 962J. 115tfe FOR SALE Grocery and Meat Market e- quipment. Frozen meat eoun- tel'. Walk-in box includin track, wood shelving, etc. lner0 Exchange Building 75 Main Street Phone qnle 88 For Rent--One bedroom, fur- nished, duplex npartment. Ph. Quincy 1142. tfc ] FOR RENT--2-bedroom apt., furniehed or unfurnished. 250 Wet Main, phone Quincy 744. %fc FOR KENT--2 Bedroom hoUse, furnished er unfurnished. 1 Phone Twain 2, Feather Ri- ver Hot Springs, Hwy 40A. write Box 297 Canyondam. f8-15c FOR SALE---14 foot vaeatton trailer Sleeps 4. Ice box. butane 8tore, electric brakes good tires. Bulletin office or! PO Box 56, Orescant Mills REESE'S FURNITURE New and Used Furniture Applianoes--Antiques O0ROIA PROPERTY FOR RENT OR LEASB OFFIES 20 - 25 - 30 - 3500 per me. S'DORE 135.00 per Month STORAGE SPAE Miners Exchange Building 75 Main Street Quincy 88 Almost new, 3 BBdrm at less than half what it would colt FOR ALFr---Basactt p u p s,| lwy 40A--East Quincy you to build it; corner lot. AK. Champion sired. Over t Phone 567 80 champions on pech roe I 1 I t* Sasll home in oenter of Oath, trsae or terms. Jonn I with V-8 engine & h.bs 'V your down OR RENT--2-room furnished oreuv.Uio; . . 4 9sT--w-y-- -,o -' . apartment in Quincy. Phone R. Lewis, phone Quincy 368.[ Pne 35J2- = f8-1 )n m i Lw&y: 856. tfc , tfc t,  . e o]  e ca FREE BSTIMAES--Ploor[ g ie P k ' Room and Board at Paxton .. Lodge. Oheaper than you can covering. Linoleum, Carpet, I " malt acr4e; live at home. Phone Paxton, floor and wall tile (alumin-| .. I, 1,2 miles West of Quincy um and plastic) Ferrules All| vau: installations guaranteed.] " A l on 40A. ' tfe anc Phone AL 8-8904, Junction _ -'| [F'I'-'P ]ighway 36 and 89. tfc[ ..... 1 day or hour Quincy Furi- #,57( ........... FOR SALE -- 2 'rote oos.l'.-----_-:.--Xq.u,.N)l ture 0o.. Phone 526. tfc rfra , purehued now in 1961.1 M II  WANt  10 IF--OR-RE-NT ulncy Ftrniture Co. Phone] 'ff... Il] furnished cottage suitable oer qniner s2s. tfct.-,--=";" II for adnlt. Pho Quincy REE FOR 8ALESpark oil hearer.[-r,l |[_ 176 ,afternoons. fltfc Lus- large eize, good eonditio-[it'k  ', 8/18-Bedroom House for rent in )terT $40. Phone Quincy 1018, eee l/f , ],q retmvllle, clote to echool & ware at 225 1at St., E. Qumcy.]  Llehopping. Inquire at Ayoob's xoe f8"15c|'1 ,.4R ] 8tore, Greenville. tfc br rPEWRZ I K V:4l I h ADDING MAOHINE8 I 1 "" I Iom stud bath apartment. In- -- Rt, Rentals  Sates -- Repairs[ 1 .. | [eluding refrigerator, dishes & 0ad BOB OAJMIGHAELS I i "  // | t[ bedding. Wlntor rate $80 mo. toy TYPEWRITER SERVICE I  " II I ]] Phone Quincy S55, Pine (/rove f15 Ph. Quincy 779 tfcl i k dm ll Oona.t on Mill (Neck road. [ - I furnished apartment, down- FOR 1---'51 Olds 4-door aILSN08 WANTED  We, dan. A-1 condition. 2-owner kava "outside buyers." Mc-i car, $195. Salt Qu|noy 318J. Daniel Realty, 5002 Sacra- town Quincy Phone Quincy tfc monte Blvd., Sacramento. tfc 2Jll. tfc Quincy 577J. 6282 Posey Lane, Paradise. Pdnity 7-4629. Ambulatory only Among oak & pine. TV. Large patio. Private & semi- private rooms. Licensed. Good food. tfc FOR RENT---Cottage, furnish- ed. Inquire Indian Valley Motel, Greenville. tfe TO GIVE AWAY PeR RENTal-bedroom house, furnished, in Meadow Val- FRE]autiful i!tlliemt ley. $35 month incl. water, female puppies. Crner of Phone Quincy 29J1. f8tfc Crescent & Pine St., Oreen- vdte f15 bedroom houses, nicely fur-| nished, See Dakin at Keddie. I rJ'O1qf&L' fc ]   I ADCOHOLIOS ANONYMOUS - rUl l'r--ewi, y o eCoraeu! Meetings Monday Thursday & wo room iurnlsneu apar'l Saturda t 8 'm in West ment Electrically equipped wood allCL ' k  3a6' . . . " .  ea roo - Part of utilities paid. Adults [ or 6 3512 J25" only, No pets. Mrs. Dunnl , -oo,. oo 157 Coburn St Phone Ouin-I ALdOHOLIOS ANONYMOUS - cy 767J ' Feb" 8 c" meetings Friday 8 p. m. ' auditorium Methodist Ohurch FOR RENT--2-Bedroom house Quincy. Phone 455. tfc at Pulga, $40 month. 2-bed- room huse at Hawley, $25. Cabin at Chilcoot, $15. Cabin at Spring (/arden, $20. O. V. Schelldorf, 143 46th Street,  ztda Sacramento l g. , t fc [it A f I For Rent--One Bedroom fur- [ g_.L''L. ! nlshed house. Stonehouse road. .l:lr I Phone Quincy 721. tfc id__Q  RD8 Tractors equipped for JImsOM m lllk logging. Allis Chalmera Trac- llg'llll l[ tot. Rberl Lyons, Phone -- tfe at Gold Pan. Phone Quincy sewtag machine dealer, Sales 430. tfc  and Service. 911 Main St., Susanville. Phone Susanville IF you re interested in mak- 2054. tie ing $125.00 plus per week, writo to Mr. A. W. Ladry, Wet Wash or Wash and Dry 128 Oanyou Highway Drive, Pick-up and delivery. Or, do 0roville tfc it-youreelf on modera, ooin. operated machines. Pioneer Plaza Lauuderette, Phone LOST AND FOUND uincy 984. te IOST -- Fenale Pereian cat, -HEAVY HAUIING long hair, answers to name Lnw beds of all types. Semi Puzzy. H, F . Wilcox, ph. and logging. Phon Qiney 284-2881, Greenville f15-22c 302 or 278. R. N. Oole- LOT Trucking. tfc in nr near Quincy High Sch ........ ' MOVING! For long or short grounus. .eeu Daaly. rceYwara, hauls -- 011 R l M  1. ' R in ............. Call Gary Vogt Qu cy 858 I , - FUEN TURE. Phone 567. 6 f8-15c years experience Insured 0rrier. - tfc SERVICE FREE APPRAISAL--We buy used furnltnre and appliances FOR SALE--Grave munumeuts] Quincy Furniture Co., Law" and markers. Ph. Quincy 290 rence St., Phone 526. tfe Mrs. Lee Kelsey, Quincy. tfc]jean's Radio and TV Service BABY SITTING Wanted. Day| 300 W. Main St., Quincy. Pb nr night Reasonable Phone 588 A sales and re " f I . pair serv- Qulney 874. t c lee. tfe SERVICE--saws Of all kinds  QUINCY LAUNDROMAT precision sharpened--sissers I upon .a. mo u p; m; L_IY_ and knives--hand tools--[ .vasmng oc per oa. z, rT" axes. All work guaranteed. I mg 10c. 54 Lwrenee St. tic Builders Supply--Chester tBOB ROGERS' FIXIT SHOP Wes Mocks-Flying A Chester Repairs on all appliaaoeS. AWS of all kinds expertly Washing machines, oil burn" sharpened. Hand tools, Plan- ers cleaned. Complete key cr Blades. Picks. All work service Phone Quincy 887. guaranteed, Gold Pan Set- Hwy 40A' 7/10 mile aast o vice Phone uine 430. tfc Boyd's Market. tfc