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May 2, 1963

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i Cub Pack 23 Holds Westwood Stamps Mak Ski Season Ends The Chester Progressive CJ Thursday, May 2, 1963 /', 1 Pinewood Derby I . . V, Lasen Park removal equipment went on aY- ..... 1 he t.ontrot .. F C h u r e h e s Real lmoresston day a woek seheule untl t i- ] The week end of April 27 and 28 road across the park is cleared ,., . . rrJaav Lvenmg I BY Mary Ann Frates were the last operating days for for 2-way travel sometime be- ( "{')Y)lt'fed I Cub Scouts of Pack 23 held, CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST .Just 123 years ao come May 6,1the Lassen Park ski area, reported tween Memorial Day and June 10. . ""'1" " "F" ....... their Pinewood 'Derby Friday eve_j LATTER DAY SAINTS e Weeds in Snake Lake and i ning. The boys and their parents ' L.J. Bingham 1963, the firstpostage stamp was Superintendent Frank E. Sylves- .S u p e r i n ten d e n t Sylvester ;suod in Great Britain on May ter. Although skiing and other reports that the bunny tov was .... ' " " r of Smith Lake were treated  cheered the racers as they sped i Westwood Branch President:  1840 and little did anyone of]snow actimties came late thxs year not operating but that all othe the week end by a group i down the track in the Legion hall.  Ash Street and Fifth ilaoe day realize what a mo-!due to insufficient snow, the last facilities were available this, the .en and representatives I Greg Zu.nmo's c ar_w0n the grahid CHURCH OHE NAZARENE Imentous oecassionthat would be several week ends and the Easter final week end of skiing prior to 'ish and Game Commis I P rize, Drmgmg me nonors uu , 601 Delwood Street I when the Penny Black made its Week period brought exeellent lroad clearing of the winter and ' we - -- ^ - .... e so tDen No 3 Greg was home sick r ed ,ave u:,,, _ ..... , Rev. Walter Trumbo, Pastor t debut skiing to this and other areas of spring snow depths of over 18 feet tt they interfere with with the measles ou ms aac was ' Today 1here are many stamp northern California. Work on lat the 8,512 elevation. thiehtime is f normallYear, no quite Itrout winnerthere tOforSeeDenthel CarwasWin.ErnieDerby IDav- MorningSUnday SchOOlworship9:4511 a.m.a.m. I!cllectrs who hat:tditrehcetlY.So gnvgnth:y,L?re 12arwkheadnobew Better Check The Wan! Ads of catfshYanci bluegills is, ,Den 2_ Ricky Nson, Den. 3 i Evening Worship 7 p.m. t pos mIlces y ...... the Philatelic Agency m Wash-j ................................................................................................................................................. bass and grand winner tJreg Zunmo] are treated with a and Den 4 Dennis Robinson The, LUTHER-609 Elm CHURGHstreet l ingtOn,of stampsD" C.toOfraddblOckSto theirr sheetSf.ast i does not harm the boys and their fathers had. spent  ......... Mro Wnlfram, ...... pastor way asbUtoneWhiChsportsmanmakes p an2tng hthU:SmiC;:c}! e cand SUndhY p Sehrc: ll 2/" p.m. The pack meeting w p First and Third Sundays. crazy." They grow by the flag salute led by Den 4. I Communion service-Third Sun- for a very Walt Turnbaugh, Quinsy eouter, iday, 12:15 p.m. presented the new charter to cub- ___---- !growing collections. Many coun- tries eater to this ever increas- ing group by putting out some i of the most beautiful series of stamps depicting scenes, birds, le and then die, having grown themselves to those working on the Jim Riehards of the Game department, Nick Paul Delaney, Bud Reidel of the U.S. and Clyde and An- On Friday it was Jim Jack Foster and George vCare treated along and for some 50 fee the Lake. It will take 20 days for the chain- its deadly work. 200 2-4-D were used at a from fish and game by the board of super- experimental plots master Frank Strecker. Awards were presented by Mr. Strecker and Mir. Turnbaugh to the fol. lowing boys: John ttunter---bear badge; Phil Poole--lion badge, gold and silver star; Barry E,vans--silver star; Jackie McLaughlin--silver star; Jim Taddei--3 silver stars; Dick Hambhn--1 gold star and I MYF Fellowship, Sunday 6:30 12 silver stars. Ip.m. Mr. Strecker presented bobcat , Choir practice, Thursday 7:30 pins to new cubs Lon Wheelock, 'p.m. Larry Cox, Brent Naseath, Doug_ O-FOD CHURCH H ousal and Kim Robinson. ASSEMBLY Ash and Seventh were treated with a new chemical Rev. D. J. Nnders, Pastor donated by U.C. University. Chester Meat Company Fri., Sat., Mon. 2, 3, 4 & 6 CHESTER (formerly Mac's Meat Market) --- ;,. Prices Effective .... :::::. PREMIUM HAM doz. 47c "AN" RANCH FRESH PEOPLE'S CHURCH Cedar at Fifth L. Edward Laraway, Pastor Sunday School 9:45 a.m. Sunday Worship 11 am. Ladies Aid, 1st and 3rd TUesday, 2 p.m. Bible Study and Prayer meeting Wednesday 7:30 p.m. 419 Cedar, , Street LARGE EGGS animals, famous persons, places, and events During the past year the love- liest United States sta[np was a reproduction of the famous fish- ing picture of the American ar- tist Winslow Homer. Other Amer- ican issues included the com- memorative stamps depicting the Homestead Act, the Atomic En- ergy Act, the Space Needle at the I Seattle World's Fair, Sam Ray- i burn, Day Hammarskjold, and the Christmas stamp. The United Nations issues its I own series of stamps which may I be purchased only from that headquarters and mailed only i from that building. Sunday School 9:45 a.m. I Some collectors also collect Sunday Worship 11 a.m. duck and fishing stamps which Sunday Junior Church 11 a.m. lare attached to their hunting Sunday Youth Service, 6 p. m. land fishing licenses. Others col- Sunday Evening Worship 7 p.m. lect first day covers .and this Wednesday Missionary Council, !type of collecting is growing at !12 to 1 p.m., Birch Street. a great rate also. Bible Study and Prayer meet- Thursday, 7:30 p.m. Officers Picked FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH r,  r- ' Fourth and De!wood l lSv Altar :3oclety C. E. Rivers; astor t ," ,  R m Sunday Worship 9:45 a.m. i/At Nlay I Meet i Sunday School 11 am . " " ] The regtllar meeting of Christ Prayer meeting, Wednesday The King' Catholic Church Altar 7:30 p.m. and Saturday, 7:30 p.m..Society was held May 1 in the OUR LADY--THE SNOW I home of Edleen ..... O'Brian. New of- CATHOLIC CHUBCH ricers assuming auues at thxs ll Cedar and Fifth I time are: , . . I Eileen OBrmn, presoenz Father Wm. McLaughlin, Pastor l. . _ ' ;, tmncn emaray, vice president; Confessmn, Sunday 7:30 a.m. . o ,,,a  ,., [Ginger Meyers, secretary; Mary] _,,-.o, ,,-s, .--. -1-;;- -- }Ellen Garrett, treasurer; Ramana ! 2,amr ocmty, mra weanesaay i Gaskiewiez, sunshine chairman. 8 p.m. Outgoing officers were compli- GREENVILLE BIRTHDAYS /mented for their work of the past ?/ay 2--Luther Wilson iyear" May 3--Ralph Bartholf, Cecil Stephenson, Kenneth MeIntyre, t Kidder, Sr. t May 4--Mrs. John Hardgrave. I May 5---Sharon Hatch, Margue- rita Hamblin. SUNDAY TREAT May 6--Jolaine Olding Billy i May 7--H, arold Taresh. "A" FRYERS lb. 38c Stockton. J May 8---Lauren Hinz Dennisl Robinson. I IS FOR FLAVOR GREENVILLE ANNIVEBSABIES I BEEF lb. May 2--Mr. and Mrs. M. D.J Ayoob. ] May 7--Mr. and Mrs. Willardl 3rd and 2nd Ave. Phone 258-5331 aarison. 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