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Liqhtweiqht Fireproof - Vermin Proof HIGH- GRADE PUMICE BUILDING BLOCKS O Greenville Cement Products Greenville - Plumas County - California I I I I O HUDSON SALES AND SERVICE General Automobile Repairing TIRES AND TUBES O ALMANOR Earl Phelps, Proprietor GARAGE Chester, California Coolidge Plumbing and Heating CHESTER, CALIFORNIA OIL STOVES SERVICED Installation and Repairinq SEPTIC TANK INSPECTION and SERVICING IIUUIIUIIIIIWUl(UIIll Ill I I I II,I Ill I I Mr. Lassen Club OPEN SATURDAYS FROM 10 a.m. to 2 a.m. OPEN FROM 8 a.m. to 12 midnite DELICIOUS FOOD "NOT RECOMMENDED BY DUNCAN HINES" FINEST IN DRINKS AND THE BEST IN A FRIENDLY ATMOSPHERE CHESTER - - CALIFORNIA 11 III I IIII II Feather River CHESTER Garage : : : : CALIFORNIA OPEN FOR BUSINESS 0 0 0 GENERAL REPAIRING ON TRUCKS AND AUTOS FIRI00TONE TIRES AND BATTERIES NEW AND REBUILT ENGINES NEW COURT IN CHESTER I ! .Joe Bonnici of San Francisco has I a new uto court in Chester, with 1 six un,. reacly for use by the trav- i cling public, each with private bath and housekeeping facilities. The Bonnici, who is from San F:ancisco, has named the spot the Seneca Auto Court, and states he will add more units as rapidly as possible. NEW GARAGE AND STATION OPPOSITE CHESTER THEATRE Earl Phelps, operator of the A1- manor Garage in Chester, is con- structing a new garage and service station on the Frank Boone prop- erty across from the theatre. Mr. Phelps says he hopes to have the new place in operation in about 30 days, and has a sizable crew of men at work on the unit. The garageman plans to lease out the new place and continue to run the Almanor Garage in town. 91 SERVICES HELD SUNDAY FOR DELZER BABY Private graveside services were held at the Westwood cemetery on Sunday afternoon for Douglas Richard Delzer, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard H. Delzer of Chester, The baby died Saturday at the Westwood hospital a short time after birth. Mrs. Delzer returned to her home in Chester this week. Arrangements were in charge of the 'Manes Funeral Home. Friends of Mrs. A. D. Allen will be sorry to learn that she was tak- en ill in Oakland last month, when on a trip there with her mother. She is at present in Davis, after a few days spent in the hospital. PERSONALS (Held over from last week) Miss Eloise Freemyers is re- ported to be up and arotmd folow. ing her recent appendectomy and hospitaliationz. Aubrey Dent drove to Chico last Thursday and returned with his son, Earl, who visited with him over the week-end leaving Sunday for Minnesota. The Bear Club is now open to the public on Mondays for the sum. mer tourist season. Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Tharp and daughter Sue of erkeley were guests for the week end of Mr. and Mrs. Troy Bair. They enjoyed two good days of fishing. Mr. and :Mrs. Cecil Good spent the week end visiting Thomas O'Rarey in Reno. Lois Schrader is now employed at Lake Almanor Inn. Dr. and Mrs. R. A. Greenman enjoyed a visit from his parents, Mr. and Mrs. William B. Green- man of San Diego, over the past week end. They were enroute to Portland, Oregon. The Chester Women's Club col- lected a total of $90.59 for the re- cent Cancer Fund drive, from the depositaries placed in the businss houses about town. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Farmer, who spent the winter in Yuba City, are back staying at the lake for the summer. The Red and White Store will henceforth be open on Sundays at the same hours as week days, ac- cording to the new owner. Bob McAuley is reported to have caught a 3-lb. trout in the lake. Barney Tremper is walking on crutches with two broken toes as the result of the shank of a drill falling on his foot. A birthday party for Ted Dunn was held Monday night at the Sportsmen's Club by V. R. Steffey. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Ted Dunn, Wally and "Jackle" Martin, Clay Strollng and the host. Earl Phelps has started work on his new garage and service station across from the theatre. Earl plans on keeping his present loca- tion and operating two businesses. CHESTER THEATRE Matinee Every Sunday, 2:00 P.M. SHOW STARTS 7:30 P.M. Complete Show-- 8:15 P.M. O I Friday and Saturday May 16th and 17th-- A New King of the Cowboys LASH LaRUE in LAW OF THE LASH LEO GORCEY AND THE BOWERY BOYS in SPOOK BUSTERS O I Sunday and Monday TOMBSTONE...  More Deadly Than Its Name HENRY FONDA LINDA DARNELL in MY DARLIN" CLEMENTINE O I Wednesday and Thursday NO MAN- CAI RESIST ALLURING (HARM MERLE OBERON GEORGE BRENT PAUL LUCAS in TEMPTATION (Held over frorn last week  Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Lafoon had as guests, Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Adam Richter of Medfor d. "Mac" McKenney, who is now logging in Oregon, was home last Sunday for a visit. Mr. and Mrs. Leo E. Speegle spent Friday and Saturday visitin I the Clifford Speegle's in Chico. Mr. Henry Pickle and son Ver- non, former residents, are visiting friends and fishing the vicinity this week. Goldie Paring has recently re- turned home from Oakland. Charley and Polly Yori are spending the week at the lake. Guests of Mrs. Isabell Cresswell last week end were Mr. and Mrs. Lanson Harris of Santa Aria. A 4%-1b. trout was caught by Lan- son, geing the first lake fish he has ever caught. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Speegle of Chieo were guests over the week- end of Mr. and Mrs. Mel Speegle. Leo Oliver, Al Wellenbrok and Merl Robinson spent the weekend in Sacramento, at which time they attended the league baseball game. George Hughes was successful I in returning home with a nice mess of fish on opening day. Russ Knight caught a 23-inch 5/-lb. trout in the lake on Th.urs- day, opening day, and J. B. Strip- lin St. came home from the lake Friday with a 3-pounder. Mr. and Mrs. Vic Haeckel of Brentwood were guests of Ben and Donna Judish over the week end. .q CHESTER LOCALS Helen Bridges and er baby daughter, Tanya Dee, accompanied Loyal Wright to ]Red Bluff last Monday to meet Dan Williams of San Leandro, who had come north on business. He came up by plane and after an overnight stop at the Bridges home in Chester, he and Loyal Wright motored to Oregon. A. D. Allen and "Speed" Kuttler went out fishing on opening day and returned home early with their limit. They made their catch on Deer Creek, and both used flies. Mr. Allen wouldn't tell us (tll he knows about fishing, but will glad- ly give information to prospective fisherman and let them see the special flies he has available. Henry Pickle and son Vernon, of Ukiah, are up for the week and getting in some fishing. Jack Elliot of Sausalito came up before opening day and opened up their summer home here for the week. They report good fishing. Cliff and Ellen Woodard, who are now living in Greenville, were visiting friends here Saturday. Mrs. Laura Meusling, Lottie Cory and Alice Carr met at the home of Grace Larson Monday to make plans for the annual school picnic to be held at Lake Almanor Wednesday, May 28th. Home from the hospital is Doug McLain who underwent an appen- dectomy last Friday. He is the youngest son of Jim McLain. Robert C. Whitthorne St., of Naps, who has been visiting his son Bob of Chester for the past week, returned home Monday. Florence Williams and son Har- old of Red Bluff were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Al Glimes last week. Johnny and Maggie Hatton drove to Alturas over Monday. Nick and Louise Freemyers were Oroville business callers Tuesday. A picnic suppr was held at Gut- hey Park by Mrs. Harry Baggett honoring her guests, Mrs. James Keith and Mrs. Violet Cranston. Present besides the honor guests were Messrs and Mesdames Bert Caid, James Sanders, Leo and the host and hostess. The new Executive Board of the Chester Women's Club held its first meeting at the home of Grace Larson Wednesday evning. Henry Elam of Portiand was a visitor here with. his sister, Mrs. I Joe Herrick over the week end. I A birthday dinner given by the Birthday Club for Lil Hansen took place Thursday at Pat and Larry's Cafe. Ann Vines, Gwen Hart, Mil- dred DeHaven, Aileen Howzner, Gay Lerwill and Marge Cassidy were present to wish the honoree a happy birthday. "Dinty" Moore and Mrs. Troy Barr drove to ChicQ Tuesday. Leslie and Michael Jones are staying at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Lafoon. Mr. and Mrs. William Sutherlin of Susanville have invited the Community Sing members of Ches- ter to be their guests on Friday of next week, May 23. The school bus and private cars will be used to transport the members. New counter stools have been installed in Pat and Larry's Ches- ter Care here. The Women's Study Club of Westwood held their flower show Wednesday with Mesdames Veryl Blair, Leo Sanders and Ethel Kav- anagh, all of Chester, as judges. Next Wednesday, May 21, the Study Club at Westwood will have installation of officers, with the entertainment sponsored by the Chester Women's Club. The quonset hut wh.ich is to be made into the new fire hall, was delivered in Chester Tuesday. The Girl Scout drive, which is sponsored by the Women's Club, is starting its fund raising cam- paign Thursday for the Silver Lake girl scout camp. Thursday, May IS t 1114f CHEGTER CHAPEL Rev. Vern A. Pate Sunday School Morning Worship ............ 11:00 Young People's Meeting, 6:30 Evening Services .............. 7:30 Wednesday prayer meet. 7:30 OUINCY PROPANE New Manaq ANDY ROWLETT, Sole TELEPHONE QUINCY 4.kX1Ej kmk,,kled r,. i,i. #tl '% I", MALL CHAIN SAWS AND PARTS NOW AVAILABLE IN CHESTER M. F. MALVICH -  P. O. BOX 602 . 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