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May 2, 1963     Chester Progressive
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May 2, 1963

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CARD OF THANKS I Wish to express our sincere i and thanks to all the I friends and neighbors i the many gifts and acts of] s to our beloved sister] during her long illness and / expressions of sympathy m our recent bereavement. especially like to thank and members of Sin- Chapter O.E.S. for their Our grateful thanks al_ the beautiful floral offer- Cards and donations to oar- WOrthy causes. 1"he Firmstone Family LODGE NO. 501 Stated meetings first Thursday of the month, 8 p.m. Westwood Masonic Temple . Haas, Master, phone 258-3027 Chester OWfng, Secretary phone EL 6-3638 WestwooF iCIALS CHECK OUR BARRAGE OF USED CAR. SAVINGS ! Plymouth $ 645 Door Sport Coupe Corvair $1.045 Door Sedan, Stick I, Mercury $ 395 tt Power Equipment 00pel $ 745 Door Sedan  Chevrolet $1195 Oraad Station Wagon  Chevrolet $ 595 OUr Door Sedan Chevro' " mt $ 545 rout Door Sedan Ford $ 695 POUr Door Sedan $1195 $ 995 $1495 $1195 US TODAY . . GETA YNAMITE | Robert F. Mayf has been named manager of the Wells Fargo offiqe in Quincy. He is a native Californian and has been associated with Wells Fargo since 1958. He has been a banker for the past 14 years. He has been w/th the bank'sMarysville office since last July. In Marysville and Yuba City Mayfield has been a director of the Lions Club and has held memberships in the Cham- ber of Commerce, YMCA and Yuba City Commercial Association. He also served as Sutter County key bank- er for the California Bankers Association. He and his wife, JacqueIine, have three daughters and a son. Lowell H. Howell, will be assistant manager of Wells Fargo's new office in Quincy. He is now assistant cashier at the bank's North Sacramento office. He has been with Wells Fargo for the past 14 years. He was made assistant cashier at the Country Club Center office in 1960, moving to the North Sacramento branch in the same capacity the following year. Howell has been a member of the Junior Chamber of Commerce and is past secretary- treasurer of the 20-30 Club in the Arden area of Sacramento. Angelo Elorz of [Lutheran Youth Beckwourth Passes Ra 13' Attended Lutheran young people o f ouocmnly at Home northern California and Nevada p, ngp,a ,:m,7rnr rn, nr -,-, .......... :attended a spring rally at St. yearsOownerof-tte'iecwihav".lPaul's Lutheran Church, Susan- )ville, April 26 and 27 Topic for ern at Beckwourth, died suddenlY lthe ueek end meetin-" was More Monday this week at his home.. ' - g ....... " lands for Christ. J aaacent .to the tavern. ! Included in the r-r - -*^ ! Just a few moments before Mrs -ev .... v -s .... .,, ......... ' . o. otlonal ervlces were repro ;;Z: t lqa2arlale%Kmnapp , discussions, talent guest program, n,l--,2 5_ ...... singing and inspiring speeches. lu t:o e tO lecKwourl:n l:O rurl .... " i The rally closed with a banquet the tavern, because Mr Elorzasaturday evening, after which wanted to go to a hospital in devotions were held, Reno. ' Petbr Wilson represented the Funeraserviees will be at 111Walther League of the First Lu- story stone-and-brick am Frid,,v from the Partola built in 1908. It is situated haLf a tzam-theran Church in Greenville. o!ic Chlarch, and a Rosary Mass ............ block east of the Plumas County will [ eid abthe Anderson Cha- i  M Delizo has returned home [ court house in downtown Quincy. pal Tsdayvening by the Rev.: after spending a few days in the Agent A. P. Moore opened Father'Corkell. Interment will be Feather River hospital last week. Wells Fargo's fLrst Quincy branch in ,Re o  - .................... :;tr- Elqrza was a native of Reno and was53 ears old. hen eight years old he was sei*t to Spain where he attended :Basque sctols for 10 years, stud- 0. DEAL i yin aceou}tirLg chiefly Later he wa employed by the Toseano  O ENDLY Hoiel in Rno, which was owned by an uncle. He is stvived by his widow,  Theressa; 'h daughter, Mrs Joan Morgan of oyalton; a son, Rich- ard, of Siraville; a daughter, USED CAR LOT Debra; an'4two sons, Paul and S d A David, of"eckwourth, i He also i survived by a sister and brothe| in .Reno, a sister in South San rancisco and a bro. ther in Soth America. rs, in Job's Dughters and their, PHONE 49 guardians ttended a Shriners' dinner in teir honor at the Mt.! Lasen Hotel in Susanvtlle April 24. Guestswere Bethel 64, hon- ordd Queen][Dottle Little of Green- ville and rembers from Chester, Westwood nd Greenville, as well as Job's D4hghters of Susanville. Wells Fargo Leases Space For Office in Quincy Wells Fargo Bank's return to Quincy after an absence of more than 50 years came one step near- er with the signing last week of a lease for a branch in the Miners' Exchange Building at 75 East i Main Street. The pioneer bank will take over quarters on the ground floor for- merly occupied by the GMG As- say Office, which is moving up- stairs in the same .building. Wells Fargo will make extensive alterations and renovations before occupying its new home, a two- in 1868. All was not tranquil dur- ing his term of office. In the his. tory room in Wells Fargo's San Francisco headquarters is a reward posted offering "... $250 each for the arrest and conviction of par- ties concerned in the robbey of the safe in our office at Quincy on the night of May 24, 1875. About $300 in gold dust and coin were stolen and in addition to the above reward we will pay one.fourth of any portion of said amount recov- ered...". It is signed by John J. Valentine, general superintend- structure ent of Wells Fargo in San Fran- r cisco, and dated June 1, 1875. Gladys Scott and Gladys Deal spent last Thursday in Reno on a business trip. Special Remember DELIGHTFUL DUSTERS-$4.98 & UP SLIPPERS FROM $3.98 DRESSES-$4.98 & UP NYLONS FROM $1.00 GLOVES JEWELRY i , I HAVE SOLD M' BARBER i OP TO MR. COULFER AND MR. RAY, I WANT T() THANK ALL OF MY FORMER !'ATaONS i :AND FRIENDS FOR EIR 'PA-i 0000O00ACE. i IT b/AS BEEN A PLEASURE TO i ,, SERVE YOU. '" ' i (Scotty) SCOTT JD - """"', .......... '. " i DRESS SHOES See Our Large Selection of Hand Bags A yoob s Dept. Store Greenville The Chester Progressive Thursday, May 2, 1963 J MFTS Loeatell's Fire Department Herriek's 'Larry Shell  Glenn Norwalk I ! Herrick, Sens, Dormans Chester Propane Forest Service lg !JUNIOR LEAOUE Big John Lumber 43 45 Jr. Rec. Center 44 44 Lake Cove Resort 42 46 K and 1. Service 47 41 i CARD OF THANKS I .I wish to thank my many ,friends, who so kindly remem- I bered me With lovely cards and t letters during my recent illness. Your thoughtfulness is deeply ap_ preciated and will never be for- gotten. My thanks to Dr. Bat. son and the entire staff of the 'Feather River hospital for their kindness and good care. Nede Humphrey BOWLING SCORES WINS 22 Ig 17 23 11 29 27 13 24 16 I0 30 0 10 21 PUBLIC NOTICE NOTICE I,.q' ItEIBY GIVEN that the' Board of Oommgssioners of the CHES- TEJt FItE PROTECTION DLSTII(IT has adopted a prelimi'nary budget for: tl) Maintenance and Operation, and (2) Capital Outlay, which preliminary bud- g'et can be inspected during wee& day at Chester Hre Station between the th,ours of 8:00 A.M and 6:00 P.M. and that the said Board of Ck)mmissioners ;of said District will met at the Ohestex Fire Hall on June 3, 1963 at tJle hour lof 8:00 ILM. for the pin,pose of fixing the final budget for said OItE'I'ER FiRE PRO2"EOrpION JISTRICT, at iwhich time and place any taxpayer may appear and be, l,ord regarding ,the increase decrease or OIlliSSiOll Of an tem of he budg'et, or the inclusion of additional items. i R. A Gay, Secretary OHEiTER FIRE PROTECvPION I ) 1 sqR,I OT "J:'"i 2 196__Z ALMANOR LODGE No. 1457 [ LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE / Stated meetings 2nd & 4th Fridays of the Month--8 p.m. Veteran's Memorial Hall Chester '61 Chev. Wagon 2395 V-8, Full Power '62 Rambler, 4D 2195 Overdrive '60 Merc. 4DHT 1895 Loaded '61 Scour Pickup 1895 4WD, Worn Hubs '59 Merc. 2DHT 1445 Fully Equipped '59 Pontiac 4DHT 1795 Star Chief '58 Pont. Wag. 1095 Hydra., Radio and Heater '57 Ford, 4DHT 89s All Power '$6 Olds., 4DHT 69S Super 88 '8 Chev. Bel Air 995 Stlck-Big Engine '56 Chev. Cony. 745 V-8, Overdrive '55 Pont. 2DHT 54S '55 Pont. 4D 545 Solid '$8 Merc. 4DHT 89S Montclair-Loadedl '59 Thames Van 695 For Deliveries '56 Ford Wagon 545 V-8, Low Mileage '55 Ford Wagon 395 V-8, Stick '$6 Ford Victoria 64S 2DHT, V-8 '55 Pontiac 4D 445 V-8, Stick '52 Ford Pickup 445 Long W.B., Hoar Duty '48 Dodge 495 11/ Ton, Flatbed '52 GMC .495 4 Speed-Long W.8. '$4 Ford, P.U. 44S 4 Speed ALL OUR USED CARS CARRY THE GUARANTEED WARRANTY FOR ONE FULL YEAR