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May 2, 1963

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0 The Chesler Progressiue Thursday, May 2, 1963 BOWLING Women's Bowling League April 24, 1963 Team Won Lost Recreation Center 67 28 Locatell's 56 39 Lassen Drug 55.. 40 Mt. Properties 55 41 Medical Dental 50 48 Dinty Moore's Defendants, Admill Guilt, Ask Leniency George Krusely and Lyle Engle entered pleas of guilty in Su- perior Court Monday to charges Smokeys 44 52 i of burglary of the Howe summer Super "Y" 42, 54 cabin at Bucks Lake April 11. Green 3 65 : [They immediately applied for Pines Ayoob's 30 66 ]probation, and decision on the ap- t l" " High Series--Claire Spicklemire:P catmn will be made May 13 ..... 493; Rose Luff, 491; Sophia X-[ In the mean time Lassen Coun- ey, 454. i ty has placed a hold on the pair, High Games -- Jessie Wellseekmg to prosecute them as soon : w - . : brock, 180; Clare Spicklemire, 179 as Plumas County has fimshedi -- I with them. In Lassen County [ Bantam Lgue__ Bowl__  they are accused of living too well I April 27, 1963 . ',i for too long in too many plaeesl Team Won 0s belonging to persons other than I SID MILLER Westwood Class Housewarming =_t CB E S C E N T M I L -- ,00Par o, 00..q00a,ze "4 s , five children moved :/.roml Sunday after attendmg ' "J hi i o " ' " s sone unerai ,. . I C co nt the Fmlds hou e Mr '= .. . . A housewarming party was glV.[Dennv i omnlnvod hv fho_ t [ Jim orth anti son, en Saturday mght for J D and]ramento Valley moldina mill in; were m iMaryswlle Sa Joy McMullen, who have mo ed Crescent Mills business. into the home thev recently put- Mr and Mrs B a _ Mr. and Mrs. A1 B,  ' . AI orem n ana chased on Setzer Road m Green- three children oa .tn t ,family went to Cartage a .................  tt h ville. Games were enloyed nd Fuller house roo,+]v ,,.toa h, i day to a end the 50t punch, coffee and cake were serv-th e Ernest lowe'ils who'lave 'anniversary celebration ed the guests After a tour o me moved to '-'ui ..... I parens ene; g ncy. vlr. oreman house the McMullens op. l'ii one of the -e ...... '  - , / o puues stauone DRIVER ARRESTED gifts to add to the pteasure o in Greenville t w " " Everett W Bowman their ne home 1 Louis Attending were Mr and Mrs:viP a Tanner went t o Susan. rested by a sheriff's d John D Wilson and family, Mrl Flo;]'Gib'son returne  from :drunk driving. He was and Mrs Delno MeMullen, Mr and visit wiP- e ........ o alor 66 days in jail Hi. Mrs Charles Whitmire, Mr and :iM r a:n  rrstVen a:a?e:n  privileges were restricted Mrs Dennis E Norcom and fam-i, chiidren of w ..... . ..,o;^n .i ing to and from wo i W Mrl - "" ....... ' ''":' "" lmnms. fly, Mr and Mrs J E Hson, c ' " ............... ousm, Rae Kmgdon and fam]ly l ano wtrs ooert v 2dlller anu q,,,._.. , man, Chris Norcom and Guy, El- GEO L. NEWKIRK Bear Club 61:30 themselves. Mbre specifically,. I Lefler's 50 42 they are accused of breaking into l ,n Shorthand Has eanor Fogleman and Lori Ann, ] Cedar Lodge 38 54 and entering 35 summer homesr r    Florine Whi_tmire and Danny and Pepsie $4 57 in the Silver Lake area. {l-'ertect/A lXecom Dwight, Violet Anoerson ana au- High Series--Robert ee, '7; At their hearing in Justice a tm,,- ,,,; ..... a,,+; dy, the honorea couple and their Joe Waddell, 376; Tommy An- Court, Quincy, Jack Hunter was iteacher at Westwood High School, i tw daughters Rochelle and Car- drews, 3. chief witness as to depredations i reports that his first-year short, i la" High Games--Robert Lee, 153; wrought by Irusely and Eagle, hand class has set a new record]a,e,z----- Candy Carlson, 130; Joe Waddell, Hunter was erroneously reported fo r the school Ever.. member of i-'L" --":7 - 6." ....  .... - - -, narley xori leaves viay iz Ior 130 , last week to be a caretaker in the i - . ! the 8-member class receaved a per- a three months' visit wth his -- - -  .... I employ of lx&E. He s not a I fect grade of A for the mid-semes- :family and friends in Switzerland 9 auuy aria Pisto Lmvm aenued,:' empioye, ana is a main-'ter grading period i, ..,, u^ i..o :o, ,. ho, -- the horse auctmn at Anderson,! tenanee man. Saturday and Sunday. They i After the two defendants had Mr. Miller attributes much of 40 years. their outstanding achievement to a I ary Murray and Grace No- bought two horses for their stables entered guilty pleas they were in- new acceleratbd teaching method  wak spent Sunday at Prattville introduced this year in the busi-with their brother and his wife, at Childs Meadows. i terviewed again by Vic Armitage, :undersheriff, and admitted that hess education department. The,the Ernie Deans. They leave or !in addition to the Howe cabin class will have actually completed their home in Ione Monday :nor. WELL Drilling P. O. Box 41,3 Phone 2-3502 Lindsay, Calif. they had broken into summer ca-,two years work at the end of ts i bins belonging to Floyd Nolan, first year. !Newton Pogetto, Andrew Pellon, ! Every member of the class can 'Donald Buffman, Richard Ben-i take dictation and transcribe it i der and Norman Robins  Also accurately at 80 words per minute. ! one unidentified cabin m the Has- Mr. Miller predicts that by the kins area in addition to the one close of the school year the girls *in Which they were apprehend- will have reached speeds of 100 to , ',J20 words per minute. led and arrested at gunpoint. 1 Members of the class are Judi ' Bobby Stampfli, Thelma Scism, Anderson, Nancy Hardin, Linda MAss Roberts, Mrs. Sanders and Holden, Bernice Kauphanger, Lin- daughter were Sacramento visitors da Kringler, IAnda Maloy, Fran in Greenville last week end. Snider, and Linda TUcker ning. ! Mr. and IVrs. Ernie Dean, Grance Nowak and Mary Murray I i wnt to Chino on business Wed. , nesday. I MOTHER TO BE PICKED i The Sunday School at the Wes- leyan Methodist Church will vote I '.on a "Mother Of The Year" this I Sunday. The mother receiving Ithe most votes will be announced I , , J on Mother s Day and she will be presented with gifts CHESTER i t tbougbt/ul service Thoughtfulness is at all times, and, with in mind, we privacy at every service-! SOUDERS FUNERAL HOMES - WESTWOOD - CL 6-3515 Specials Effective HUNTER'S MARKET - GREENVILLE - TASTEWELL CHEESE SPREAD GALLON 49c 2 Ib- 79c NALLEY SALE Blackberry, Raspberry, Blueberry, Strawberry, Boysenberry Fruit Syrup 12 oz. 2/$1.00 Whole Sweet Pickles, 22 oz. Whole Dill or Kosher Dill, 22 oz. Garlic Dills, 32 oz. Cucumber Chips, 22 oz. Hot Dog, Hamburger, Barbecue Sweet Relishes Thursday, Friday Saturday MAY 2, 3, 4 & IXL Ravioli, 40 ounce IXL Chili Con Came Carnation Chunk Style Tuna Salte Sea Clam Chowder or Minced Clams Snowdrift Shortening Northern Russett Potatoes Fair Acres Vegetables Foremost Ice Cream Bonnie Hubhard Strawberries Bonnie Hubbard French Fries, 16 oz. Swiss Miss Pies MCP Lemonade Swansons TV Dinners, all varieties Chicken, Turkey or Beef Birdseye Meat Pies 2/99c 69c 3/89c 4/$1.0o 3 lb can 65c 10 lb. 41c 7/$1.00 gal. 79c 4/$1.oo 5/$1,00 3/$100o 8/$1:00 59c 4/$1.00 DR. ROSS CAT FOOD, NO. 1 9/$1.00 Thrill Detergent, king size 79c Faultless Spray Starch, family size 59c 2/$1.00 3/$1.00 2 for 89c 2 for 89c HUNTER MARKET MANAGER - JIMMY YOUNG HOME OF AGED TENDERNESS FLAVOR Q SIEAKS Swifts' Premium Quality m m 4/$1.00 4/$1.00 3/$1.0o 6/$1 5lb. 59c 12 cans 1.79 24 oz. 49c Sun Ripe Olives, No. 1 Bean, Macaroni, Potato Salad Appleland Applesauce, Gravenstein C&H Sugar Special Morning Milk Borden's Mayonnaise Button, Chopped, Sliced DeLuxe Mushrooms Puritan Jelly, assorted flavors, 10 oz. Cock O The Walk Tomato Juice, 46 oz. Cock O The Walk Tomato Sauce 4/$1.00 4/$1.o0 4/89c 12/88c I 10 LB. BAG S1.09 , wc t 3 LB. CANISTER $1.98