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The Chester Progressive ri D&apos;// IVT Thursday, May 2, 1963 l)|ue IX1DDOn won ] .... iByJ Miss Hattie 00.--ames. My00s, . i-'resentatmn t)ay ]RmcJrw-m I James Meyers, Indian Valley 1'][ |||Zl| 14.H Club, recmved the blue rxb. [ben on his swine in the agricul- | I ture division at the Plumes Sierra[ :00uecumDs counties 9th annual 4-H presen_ Itation day April 27. As a blue / Funeral services for Greenville's tribbon winner he will compete at ] beloved school teacher Miss Hat-Ithe Northern ::California Regional tie Firmstone, were held Sunday i4-H club field day May 18 at[ afternoon at the Greenville Corn-iYreka. I munity Methodist Church. i Pat Foster and Mary Hunter Miss Firmstone had been in i of the Indian Valley Indian Head falling health for several months club received a red ribbon for [ Succumbs /i' .... :: :: {i! i{::, i:.ii!iii: i::i:. A Greenville Mikado Cast Holds Little League onor Band Party on Saturday {thAnHalrlasrpgrtrYmoTShohel: et;:00layers Due To Be Heard Greenville after presentation of  r' ] t  11 the Mikado in Quincy last Satur-  q .*r%  A-,v [ l-aa "m--,,-=,-=..ll-- day night. Pot luck refreshments ' ..lllUIJ JILl l-tUllVllltU were served, t  I Guests other than those who Monday and Tuesday evening, On the evening of Tuesday, May had takenpartin the operetta in- Mhy 6 and 7, ater school, willl? , at 7:30, in the boys gym at eluded Claudia Bennet, the Rev. mar/ reeaville s Little League Greenville I-figh School, a con- I Thurman King, Janice Hall, Kip mgnup, cert will be presented by the Plu- [Kurtz, Joan Caraway, aVIr and Any boy who will be 9 before mas County Honor Band. This and passed away at the Feather :their horse demonstration. River District Hospital April 251 James Meyers also served as at the age of 80 years, i master of ceremonies during the She was born in Greenville Feb. i opening ceremony and intrbduced 24, 1883, and had lived in the many of the demonstrations in Girl of the Month Greenville area all her life. i the livestock division in the after_ Carolyn Irene (Kip) Howell, She started school in Greenville in 1889 and one of her childhood teachers, lVlhry Scheiser, is still living in Greenville. A the age of 18 she received her teaching certificate and be- gan her teaching career in Gen- i Mrs Barstow and Tom Barstow. August 1 and will not attain the I Burton Gifford was presented age of- 13 before August 1 may i the autographed snicker-snee in play. appreciation for his fine work in ;Requirements at the time of directing the production, signup: Birth certificate; $2 per The Mikado has been presented family; parents must register boy. in Greenville and Quincy, and' Places to registei-: will have its final presentation Iris Robins'on, at home by Star in Chester at the Elementary Hotel, Greenville; School May 9. i Dorothy Tervooren, at home will be the first public perfor_ mance by the newly formed mu- sical group. The honor band is composed of the outstanding musicians from high school bands in Chester, Greenville, Quincy and Portola. Rehearsals have been held in reenville and Quincy on vek 'across from library, Greenville; I noon. Janice Hall presented the'daughter of M's. Todd Guiney of i Clinton Neer, at home, Crescent orders of th day during the Greenville, is a junior at Green-[ ibrarian Position ,Mills; :opening eerer, ny and introduced!ville High School. 'She has lived .a At G ill Op ! many of the, demonstrations in 'in Ceenville since September of I I reenv e en i Eel Browa, at home, Taylorsville 'the home economies division. 11962. : No registration can be made ! Mr .and Mrs. Walter Cliff of i School activities--Member of Applications for the position of after Tuesday evening, May 7. !Taylorsville and Kent Hall of OAA, Girls League, captain of Greenville branch librarian are Next meeting will be Monday, being accepted by Miss Josephine May 13 at 7:30 pm at town hall, Moore, the county librarian 'Greenville. Everyone is invited, nds. The band will be under the dA- reetion of the music instructors from the four high schools. They are Jack Rubke of Greenville, Clarence Schott of Quincy, Joe Welch of Chester and Ivan Thorn_ pson of Portola. ]see. She also taught in Seneca, i Greenville served with the panel basketball and softball teams, and Butt Valley and Portola, and f judges from Chester and had three years drama at Amherst spent 44 years teaching in the Quincy.  private school at Anaheim. She Greenville schools. Many adults',  also sings popular songs. As awards she has received a now living in Greenville woro Can Jaunt tauvht by her, as were their children and grandchildren. I She was a devoted menber of' lr / 1 the Eastern Star, and served as! | IiPt{rrIll31111 secretary of Sincerity Chapter for l 30 years. She was also a nember ! -- f^. _ ..... ] ow uu men traveled 5,000 of Sierra White Shrine, wamorma miles in two canoes was shown in Teachers Association, National colored slides to the Quincy Ro- Education Association and Parent tary Club Monday by Earl G. Teachers Association. r The religious service was con-!"Rick" Rickers of Chester one ducted by ,Rev. James Marstersl member of the quartet. Giving his own running com. and Sincerity Chapter 53, Order'mentary while showing the pic- of Eastern Star. Burial was in the tures, Rickers told how the group Firmstone family plot at ,the left Denver May 1, 1957, and Greenville cemetery. 'reached Old Town , Maine, 6 Survivors include a brother, months and 11 days later. The William S Firmstone of Liver- party went down the South Platte, more; three sisters, Blanch Har-'Platte and Missouri rivers to the r]s of Greenville, Della HerringilVississippi, a distance of 611 of Taylorswille and Beryl MeIn-miles, then up the Mississippi 608 tosh of Glendale; a nephew,  miles to the St. Crois River and Stanley F Harris of Sacramento; from there through a complicated a niece, (Dorothy Simpson of Se. combination of waterways to the basopol; and a cousin, Fay Curry ultimate destination. The route in- of Sacramento. All attended the:cluded parts of Lake Superior and funeral services. Lake Huron, which at times were Former pupils of Miss Firm. ,very rough, and an 18-foot tide stone carried the casket; they was encountered on part of the W ere Bruce McIntyre, Cecil Me-St. Lawrence River. Intyre, Kenneth McIntyre, Ralph! Lozano, Cy Ha.ll and Joe Hall. 00Soroptimists Are Souders Funeral Home, Green. i ville, was in charge f arrange, iGuest s on Guided ments. ! Former Greenville i Tour of Plant Twenty_nine persons including Girls Win Special Soroptimist club members from 'Greenville and their guests tour- A, A Honors led the Collins Pine flakeboard Cynthia Carlson, advisor from 0000mnuance plant at Chester, Thursday A-ril Greenville H,gh School, w, ll ac- :25 " company the four Greenville del- Carla and Randy Pew, mem_ i ?he group met at the home of egates, who are Mary Rilea, Sen- bers of the junior department of the Esplande Southern Baptist Marie Sorsoli at Lake Almanor cie Milton, Dale Timone and Ed- church Sunday School of Chico, i for a luncheon at noon. Rena !winna Spellmeyer. !pin and sweater in GAA in Costa [Mesa, California. She had a lead- ing role in the Greenville High School play Our Town, and was chosen girl of the month and was , a guest of the Greenville Soropti- mist club recently. i Her future plans include finish. ing high school, then entering l either a school of drama or junior college. 4 Greenville Girls To Attend Meeting On May 4 and 5 Four 2elegates from Greenville I High Shool will attend the 37th 1 annual Northern Section YWCA[ Older Girls Conference at Rich-] ardson Springs May 4 and 5, Character building activities tare scheduled at the conference; also fun night and campfire. Panel discussions on pertinent [problems of youth are a part of the program, together with .dis- cussions led by qualified lead- to 24 per week will be contingent on approval of the item in the county library budget. The position of Greenville li- brarian will be filled July 1. Application blanks are avail- able from the Greenville library and from county library head- quarters in the court house in Quincy. Inquiries concerning the ers. The Sunday program will in- t elude hearing exchange students l speak on their lives in foreign [lands, and attending church ser / vices. APPOINTMENT NOW OFFICIAL There will be campaigning, Ralph Lozano received ,hAs of- election of officers and intaIla- ficial notice and appointment as tion of next year's officers. The Greenville postmaster Saturday, conference theme is TogethernessiApril 25. He has been acting in a Divided World. postmasler for several months, t J Ann Bidwell, Marilyn Souders  and Fxlith Clifford attended the t Soroptimist conference at Lake Tahoe tast week end. [ Greenville students participat- Changing the library's ,hours managers are especially asked to ing are Amber Davies, Doug Dra- j per, Mike Gifford, Janice Hall, i Steve Housel and Roger Nevins. attend. Members of the 1.962 B and E Bulldogs, Little League are asked An interesting program of se_ to "please turn your uniforms in lections has been chosen for the at the store or survey.,' performance. A large crowd is expected to see and hear the PASTEB TO SPEAK best of PIumas County's young The Rev. J. J. Hancock, pastor imusicians. Admission is free. of St. Matthew's Episcopall Church, Quincy, will be heard on -I Florence Short and 1Vtrs. Pal necessary qualifications should uincy Radio Station KQCY on lStampfli spent Friday visiting in be directed to Miss Moore at the the program, Coffee With the Pas- I Susanville. county library headquarters. Itor, at 8 a. m., May 6-12. His ser-i Nile Pearee from Chico visited . ies of brief discussions about reli-his family in Greenville over the PICTURE TO BE SHOWN I gion is entitled The Contract. ]week end. A picture entitled The Niger-) nomad will be presented at the First Baptist Church in Green- ville Wednesday night, May 8, at . SEND 7 o'clock. This is a documentary picture by the Evangelical Bap- {.. HALLMARK CARDS tist Mission. Rev. King extends (:i: an invitation to the pub lie to at- ii{i tend. i GIVE MacFarlanes Chocolates i '}t Merchants of TaylorsviHe, Cres- j__ .::: cent Mills and Greenville have 'l See our big selection formed a credit union, to be call- .ftlll- :-:i JACKSON'S ed the Indian Valley Merchants  g ty Store Credit Association. The group is {r to meet once'each month at Hunt-  _ / -' er's Hardware in Greenville .to  Greenville discuss mutual problems. The next meeting is scheduled for May 2. I were recently awarded their 5th Wurtzinger received the Soropti- GREENVILLE TEMPERATURES year bar in recognition of five'mist gift of the week. "[C Gi Bidwell Water Co. years of perfect attendance, i The rummage sale will be held ommittee yes high low Carla, 12, and 1Rndy 9, are the'May 27 and 28 in Greenville, re_i ,.. , ..... ]..:_^ ]April 23 25 60 children of lair. and Mrs. Carl ported Doris Scruggs, and any-I xx''ollllllllUtloll I 24 26 60 Pew of 39 E1 Cerrito Drive, Chieo, :one wishing to :donate articles to ] A community meeting of par- [ 25 36 51 formerly of Greenville. The child-i the sale may call any Soroptimist l eats and interested citizens met 26 31 52 ren started their perfect atten-:member and they will gladly piekFriday evening in the boys' gym[ 27 82 64 dance record at the Greenville them up. [in Greenville to lear the reeom-] 28 30 10 Baptist church. ,During their five Guests attending the luncheon  mendations of the committee on I 29 33 70 years of perfect attendance, they and tour of the flakeboard plant! "uvenile3 problems of the area. . 30 31 have attended over 15 Southern i were Inga IAndstrom, Dottle Little Due to other meetings on the t. ....... Baptist Sunday Schools from Mis_ ,Tamya Hedges, LaVerne Furrer, same night the attendance was / DIR. WILLIAM E. DORE I souri to California, during vaca- Ruby Davis, Mary Nelson, Norma not as large as exlcted but sv- Br '- -- ' tion time travels. They are now Philpott, Hazel Spellmeyer, e- erl recommendations were pre- OPTOMETRIST Chester Office Wednesdays I Corner Willow Way and /urel Way. ClaD. 258-2201 any day fo appointment. EYE EXAMINATION5 members of the Esplanade ehurehlniee Bea, Mrs. Stiekart, Dorothy and are very active also in Train.,Borneman, Kay Posch, lVrs. ins Union, GAs and RAs. i Church, Genevia Edwards, Rena i Wurtzinger. -k Mr. and Mrs. Phil McClellan i had a family dinner last week i' Sheryl Edson of Canyondam honoring their son Bob on his!was a guest at the home of Judy birthday. Ceaests were Mr. andAnderson last Week end. tVlrs. Gary McClellan and Mr. -k Mr. and Mrs. Gimp Standart and Mrs. Bill McClellan and :spent the week end visiting in families, i the San Francisco area. Fashion Eye Wear Conac Lenses sented and approvd by the group. Bertram D Janes, judge of the Superior Court, was present to answer questions and to explain 'operations of Juvenile Court. Further meetings are expected. Mr. and Mrs. Michael Ayoob and IVr. and Mrs. Pal Stampfli !made a business trip to Rein I i Monday. t Welcome Once Again! Clear Creek Coffee Shop & Dining Room WILL OPEN Friday, May 3 BREAKFAST - LUNCH- DINNER HOME STYLE COOKING FEATURING OUR OWN FRESH BAKED PIES OPEN 8 a.m. - Closed Mondays Midway Between . , Phone Westwood & Lake Almanor CL 6-3224 \\; i I 4 sl " i, I LE VOl i 'OR SALE FOR SLE I FOB RENT FOR RENT I WANTED I SERVICE R]F.,A ESTAT ]['OR &][.,F'OR SALE -- Used automatic t FOR S..LE---68 ft. frontage POR SALEI*arge assortment  FOR PENT--by the month--FOR RENTal bedroom and 2 , V/ANq3ED--'Wonmn for office! ' . i On acre close in but ee .! Maytag washer Vstng- tot. wzth some used lumber/ Restaurant dishes and fix- 1 bedroom furnished house bedroom houe nicely fur-I ,'ork Legible handwrting'r v o a ,.enea I[ " , - -  ,) ,) . ' t , . . '  Ollr ,oavs A,=.r " :> eluded small attractive home] house electric dryer BoCh I $1500 c ashPh. 284-36.[ tures So, no staznless steel. I located on Country Club] nlshed. See ])akin at Ked- i fair typing, good spelhng [  . , TttterS ::I " with flowers and shrubs, .or- I good condition. Resonabiel____Gfeenv'fll._ m16' R.eese Furniture, 2499 E. ! road at Lake Almanor--Ph.] die.  tfe! Part to full-time job. Applyl _a..^:'^' a '- s'harW .." A ered patio, large new shop andl_. Phone. Quincy 8.45. m9 POt ALF---Baldwin .eroson- I Min, Quincy, Phone 567k I }r4n6v6i1:. Mrs. _H. HolIOR.RENT__Two large rooms[ :t..State Employ ..... t Office / ening Service mrcnvill_.p I  garage FOR l]: - ---  ie lnne tatll uiney 663 m ue ..........  .*.v. ' w ." o m home' SA E--3 bedroom home ! " Q " .............. ', , ........ ; ...... and bath apartment, newly : 7 ---: ........ { ," : . Cute httle  bodro_o ;.=1 with guest room over ga - after 5 p.m. ml61FOR, SALE--12 ft. b@at and[]OR RENF-- Bachelor apart- ,ainted nicely furnished in-[,/ANTED--to d ..... y home ...........  ::i i ."  uownown erraeea pa=lo v iw  barin See it ..... i rage, fireplace .excellent' }40----gdLE-gg----8{{-d-gi;akerl motor. Lloyd Meyer, Phone, fur-aished including eluding' bedding and dishes I Washing, Ironing, Sewing &J ........ sir  .<'  ".J '{r=l, -iloue bedroom home' view. 624 Mai'n St., Green-{ V8, 4 door, radio, hoter,[ Quincy 447. __m_2#c I pnt, es x o0 w:_ Ma,p^.t. I Pine Grove Cour% Mill/ 9uflting. Ads Bentley, Dix-]Almanor rypwrltyfe;/fa  : J[  2 .. 7".'" -2 ......... .^. ville, m9 ] standard with overdrive gx- rTk.  -m ' I rnone /umcy 144. taze Creek Road Phone Quincy  e oanyon, 2 miles belowt .%..t.. ,ve v c-eY <I  t *g?'  's mpa''''d.'aa .... r E0Uilment'--For--ie-----196i eellent cand tion $300 00f...?:*'.mg'e= ' wnlFO}t RENT--2 b-e'dromm fur- 555 ' Apr lltfc Crescent Mi,lla. ml6p[ xtunxers araware. 'j't$ :I " I/ Irge 4 bedroom 2 Bath I New Holland Hay Balerlt J,.anshen trler court spree i ea,d lowl balance in shin-[ nh.ed a pa.rtment.250 :estll Payroll clerk for Reno man,u-',___'" __ /']:  "V|!"  ----:* ,st'" =....'*h"- ..... ln, 'na".. I Mode 78 glS00.OO, John,; __-'t, Lvrvuvhie..r. ...... map 1 ....... Tl.,h.o,Hr.a ................ . hoist f. I xvtaln, Mulncy rnone la, 1 and 2 bedroom cabins," . lacurlg iirm ..... Dlties in- ..... :" ma used to have huge hying Deer__Hay lke: $300.00, 2SitaR SAffE--a7 Ford, 4 dov= I small dump truck $50. One ! ........ -30-35 mo Kids cats and[ elude other hght office pro- t F R   Jl : & . room with native rock fire-! ft. tt.ay levavov, 2 I-I.P. i sedan, radio, heater, power] wheel and two wheel lug-i 00MROZAL PROPBRY : o.a  -i 00 "me each ==t..  tenures. van or woman. In-[ .^ oe I" /AI plaee,  acres near small vii-! leetr;c Moto $.S00.00, on I steering. E,ceiln* ondition.i gage trailers $50 eh old I fOR Rv. OR .=AS' , 'r'  hin fc/'l exPcreneed .mmcants not Bus tranoratio.'o!  " a. lage with store ,and post officel l)eer wagon, lao.o0, loher 1 $150 eluity ,mad take pay- I Pan Phone'Quiney 430 tfel OFFIOES i Outer oft hlwa close 1 eansiuered, rely to Offieel azarene tunaay a | iI[ : 30 miuutos to good fishing 1 Packer $150.00, Dearborn t ments. Inquirer Canyondam .............. - ....... I and [ choof Milier's Y(bins ..... [ Manager, P. O. Box 6,49,] Snnd,ay morning frOa i  A Yo will like this one and you i Hay Mower $175 00 Equip-] store Frank Olark m2p]OR SALE---Refrigerator Me i STORAGE 8PAO I Creek" ^.a h^n- 7{ ...... Reno. m2c] part of Quincy, " 151, : A. lit' will like tho prlco. [ men First 0 (ndltlon.!Oi::(bE,ggentlores, ' del DS 90--Oood condition, Quincy ss I 576 M ....... "'=]-TE-----hainl adult. Phone 64 o.SS  : l i''kl 70 aere bout 55 acres in qu merit can oe seen t' " " Ph 284-4431 Grenville tfc 75 Main Street - '--- ....... -'-  ,,a .... --  "/  ' ' .... ' Dol-i- B,-neh T .... ] Call 284-4786, Greenville m9, .... ,  , I .......... ,------------------ sw, a.-ou m. ar rome- :-1-. '-razlag, new r.ome OlU oarnq pu  .yiorsvllle,  ......  . -.---i ' tlnors lsxcange JDUllOlng I WAT]b'_r i lite rf-ra Dh' C,,; I tl' , . "lr ;, -* :" ......... 1 Gr|dlv =llf aaa .... o[ Also lawn mowers saws vuX atO SOwn lte t&ri o,.,, o **aoa ava --I ........ -a__ cy 29Jl m2aV/. . al=nem lce oI.,.', I" J ' I  ...... *  o --o, ,seissrs and knivo sha  bmlding site with pine tree,  6282 Posey Lane, Parsdise. I I , tractor end Build t I : ;rm .......... v -- .-- !----'---%-'" ....... ---=-' "'-'1 eed Kea ,.a- -.* 1 lonts on paved Hat 8pring] Rinity 7-4829. Ambulatory x-rt. tt,vxr mv ', 'Quincy 74 I , ua.x%,,m,l lor FOR SA.LE-Pronc.]al sofa.; rains" EntrnreV'l'Min ] Road, Greenville, borders ! only. Among oak & pine. 'IV  i7 Wth "x,la': ,:o: =.,l. I , =-,,. ,=--_;_,, [ Jo ger-a.r. _>u.noch eham t Greenville May 2c ' Wolf Ork eewere and wa- Lrge patlo. Private & IImi.! .=-.'=,='--,-.':.'d=. -"s. I  nParlatorlon Sanittlon '_.1 I r=one ,-- w=*= : saw; Uarrer uprlght freez-  ......... - ......  -! ter availa,ble ml 995 00 "Me-  private rooma Licensed' y .... y: .v- ......  ....... ! c ..... mo .= Re%==# I : 1" ]q-SALE--Cmper top--fits i er; tble saw; power mo- 'OR house, ! Iniel Realty  5002, Sacra- ! Gqood food. *re: os.mencs_na__a greater defi-7---_-  " pi'el=p'nee w'eo'klY, bJi$" I !/ ztan Ford pic.kups, 1953-56 er.. ee at .277 lder St., i ncrece,,xundacmn'.'arage'i mento Blvd. ramento 20, QUI-T-oY;S- NIOEST R.ENTAL :u M:=ta y u=r xprol Llllll WdNfl Jffil : pickup twice week'.t. I ." -t odels. Excellent condition,' %tmcy, evenings after 5:30! .eep.we;..wner. reme.amg-I California tfe COurt Furnished mod-n cot] ...... "='..-- v ....  .'' 'T" [ li onablo rates t'a1413 " ]all'e'd'- 'I'E"'OWEfi ............ } Farris, '87()' Srd St, East' ...... . ! Lage. aS NuinYoo0.Min! Keddi,e and Meadow Valley. I')F- ....... - |! an,aon e ...... |1,'-i OF, I (Itl<" Dbo Ouinc 400 Montgomery W&rdOrovflle Quincy Phone 784 f28tfeCO ,I -- unoee 5-acre refla ta., ustoxt way Write to lrs M. Kraft, I-.-  !ren_v_tte..__....  - &[ ---- ........... ^.,- -, m-...- ---'--' ........... " ..... -- t name site close in. Phone t 4oA Morrow ourt. 'none. 1022 Hedge Ave Marvs- I [''& I J II .K ; " mc[ v, .==- i FOR SALE -- 6-year old homel Quincy 1292 for appoint- i Quincy 841 o call at eot-[ ville '" " " m2"3c : 1,2 ll  "- ALL f]R BZER 'O-vsr  -" POR ALE---Militery ;oep'8'-1100x2.2 12^,, ply Nylon ] iu Quincy. 4-bedrooms, 2! ment. al8tfc ! tage No. 7 m31tfc[ --' - ........... ] ,k li w /[ soe Bud Rice ,MeadOWp# .-" with new motor. 1958 DodgeltY.rac 'ares-uo.uu and tx ! baths fireplace utility room i- R-OOM'-&--B()A_RD__to-----$-I"0   ..... I  I'1]11 [k] ley D-8 Blldoser. -  - pick-xtp four peed trine-eacnmus Sell ns set. i Large' lot next'to houee in" FOR SALE -- Frigidaire Re-i per week boara very reae-: ,xpemen'e^amer..nv]ce ,p ..qy i Qu'lncy 28J1.  , mission. Phone Quincy 264.^18.25x2.010 .ply Nylon Oomm.: eluded..rrit?. P. O.^Box! frigerator Model "DS 90 --i onable. 'PAXN LODGE,i iengfim'. *'t.iesa"inaeeludre[ " . { ....... '  ' ..... sma x. ata Mumcy, 'none our.  Good condition . Ph 284- Phone Psxton One. tfe other 1 ght office procedures t 1  :BUI.JDOZFA =  | R ALE Kitchen tble and] 10x28 rear tractor tires  a*e 4481 Greenville. tfe ........ ; Man or woman Inexuev'[ I --='='=" [ ienced operal w ,f| ,, fur elmira; Wetinghous$49.95 and tx tnataIled.. J FOR KAJFr---ineoln portable I FOR RENT: 8-room furnish-i ienced applican,ta not con-I  1 ][ Ca, one A.C   !',o refrigerator; Admiral elec-Send postcard to Ed Will|am.] " e weld2$0 Im. I0,FOR AI--Ovave monumet] ed eatge. SLttble forl aid'ered. Reply to Ofice I  ", !1 ent. orle,  ( tri score, 86-inoh. Phozeson e/o Mort@omery Wsrd--I t. eble, louto 1 box $'/I,| nd marker. Ph. Quiney 290 adults, xnone Quiaoy 17,[ Manager, P. o. Box 649,    [I k'.. U. lox J . a Quincy 594. mgp0rnville, phone LEnox 8-1210 Qutaey. Phone 764. tge i Mrs. Leo Kelley, Qutney tfe afternoons, JStfo Reno, m2e I r tyamoy o'*o. /