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THE CHESTER PROGRESSIVE SATURDAY, MAY 21st, 1949 WATER WELL DRILLING ANY SIZE OR DEPTH IRRIGATION WELLS ARE OUR SPECIALTY Write or Telephone N. R. JESSEE Post Office Box 4 - ALMANOR -- Route 4, Box 224, Chico lt A A    A  A  A A A A  A Attention! $2 TO $15 PER MY REDUCTION IN t LUMBER PRICES![ o 0 O DIMENSION, $43 & UP SHEATHING, $32.50 & UP HARDWOOD OAK FLOORING, $215 PER M FIVE-PANEL DOORS , $7 -- WHILE THEY LAST! O O G Now is the time to remodel--- take advantage of our low prices! We Also Have a Good Supply of PLYWOOD TYLEBOARD - ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES LIGHT FIXTURES - PLUMBING - BUILDING HARDWARE SEPTIC TANKS - ROOFING - NAILS - SHEET ROCK GENERAL-ELECTRIC RADIOS a APPLIANCES O O O Free delivery in Chester, Westwood and to points around the lake BUILDERS SUPPLY division of COLLINS. PINE COMPANY VVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVV  REGULAR SUMMER VISITOR SUCCUMBS TO STROKE DAY FOLLOWING ARRIVAL  Mrs. Gertrude Smith, aged 62, ! died on honday, May 16, at i her summer home at Frattville, ! after arriving on Sunday to i spend the summer here. Shel was the victim of a heart attack Mr. and Mrs. Smtih had spent their sumers in this area for several years, and just re- cently completed building their own summer home on Frank Wilson's property at Prattville. They were residents of Saugus. The remains of Mrs. Smith were taken by Manes Funeral Home to S:zcramento on Mon- day evening, from where they were shipped to San Fernando for final disposal. She is survived by her hus- band, Sam G. Smith; three married daughters, Emily Fish- er, Dorothy Adams, Blanche Eiford, all of Saugus; and a sen, Harry Slade, of Hunting- ion Beach. MANES FUNER L HOME Telephone 75-M-2 GREENVILLE, CALIFORNIA THE DIAMOND MATCH CO. O WE DELIVER! Phone QUINCY Four Bill Harrinqton, manager CARDS AND GIFTS i:O[l THE BOY OR GIRL GRADUATE "A" INDIAN VALLEY 5c. 10c- 15c ;STORE JeweU S. Standart, owner Greenville California Mr. and Mrs. :-;o.t Lank ,of Dunsmuir are the parents of a son born April 30th. She is the former Lnciile Felton. Mr. and Mrs. (Ace. Leyden are great grandparents ,) the new arrival. A son, Stephen Paul, was born on Friday, May 13, to Mr. and Mrs. Wendell J. Forney of Green- ville, at Batson Hospital. The new- comer weighed 7 Ibs 14 ozs. Donald Dean Shelton, tipping I the scales at 8 lis 4 ozs, arrived at Batson Hospital on Saturday. May 1.4. He is the son ,of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Shelt6n of Greenville and grandson of Mrs. Helen Mc- Kinnell of Reno. On Monday, May 16, a son, Glen Stephen, was born to Mr. and Mrs. Don Peck of Greenville.:- Weighed in at 7 Ibs 11 oz. LONG DISTANCE MOVING Allied for Nationwide STOPPEL - PHONE 5903 P.O. Box 1758 Westwood SHRINE CLUB TO STAGE LADLES NIGHT ON JUNE 11 The first social event of the l'eather River Shrine Club has been ann,ounced by President Ray !C Smith and announcements have been mailed to all Shriners in Plu- mas County and the Sierra Valley area. If will be an informal ladies night at Calpine Lodge, on Satur- day, June 11, with cocktails at 8:30, dinner at 7:30 and dancing o start at 8:30 o'elbck. All Nobles are urged to mail Lheir reservations before May 31 o Mark Lickter, at Quincy. CARD OF THANKS We wish to express our thanks to the Arnerican Legion Post No. 568, and the Quincy V.F.W. and American Legion Posts, and all .)thers who participated in any way on the occasion of the funeral of our late son and brother. Mr. and Mrs. Ira L. Ware and family. Eveninfl Sh,ows Start at 6 P.M. Saturday Matinee--1 P.M. Sunday--ConLinucus !rom 2 P.M Friday-Saturday May 20th and 21st FRANK SINATRA KATHHYN GRAYSON THE KiSSii00G 00ANI)IT IN TI]CIINICOLOt Also James Lydon in " OUT 0}" ILE S F000M Sunday-Monday May 22nd and 23rtl ALAN LADD ROBERT PRESTON BRENDA IA SI-IA LL WHISPERING SMITH IIJ Jlllll$$$llllllllllllll[l]llJlll Tues-Wed-Thurs May 24th, 25th, 25th CLARK GABLE I WALTER PIDGEON VAN JOHNSON tp BRIAN DONLEVY COMIViAND DECISION LARGE GROUP OF FRIENDS PAY TRIBUTE TO HONOREE AT SHOWER HELD THURSDAY A baby shower was given last Thursday in honor of Mrs. Mar- garet Dolphin, by Mrs. Donna Dolphin, Mrs. Heh,n l,'fayeite and Mrs. Agnes Dolphin (who was unable to attend.) Pearee, Ivy Young, Mabel Taresh, Margurite Vanderhoeven, Della Herring', Margaret White, Gussie Those invited were Annabelle Boyden, Helen Stevens, Mrs. J. L. Vanderhoeven, Velma Young, Mrs. Chamberlain, Betty Sobrero, Faye Openshaw, Lois McDonald, Lucille Stead, Ruth Cliff. Gertrude Williams, Dody Lades, Marion Donnenwirth, Mrs. J. p. Pierce, Alice Williams, Rosa Beau- mont, Carrie Johnson, Lenora Mc- Kowski, Betty Downey, Helga .Young, Edna Hosselkus, Marie Sorsoli, Lena Sobrero, Edna Fish- er, Lois Smith, Henri Fisher. Lois McCutcheon, Betty Jean Paulson, Timey Cooke, Amy Hard- grave, Barbara Soltys, Dorotiy Felton, Martha Meginness, Lillian Clark, Cat,olyn and Louisa King- don, Elsie Ann Hannon, Florence Marley. A vast array of gifts were pre- sented to the honorce, and refresh- ments were enjoyed following a delightful afternoon. Week end visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Robertson were Miss Gladys Cannon of Pitts- burg, Mr. and Mrs. Robert R,ob- ertson and -Mrs. Angle Hardy of Concord, Mr. and Mrs. Hershel Fields and family of Lodi, and Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Fields of Tracy, California. to keep lubricants on this way with A Product of Standard of Compounded Multi-Service Lubricant keeps lubricant film on teeth, adds years gears! ]Its agent protects a leakage on brake RPM Mult Gear Lubricant corrode; it resists tion, does a lubrication job. ROBERT WHOLESALE DISTR CRESCENT MILLS, Club In Greenville New I 50-HP Pac/eard Super Deluxe Touring Sedan--one o[ the 14 new Golden Anniversary Paekards. Thank you Plumas County You've said "Just right" to the new Golden Anniversary line . . 14 brilliant new models, in three broad price classes! You've praised the fundamental values and the 77 new improvements--that make these the finest cars in" Packard's 50 years of fine car leadership! You've put a hearty "OK" on the new drive sensation . . . PACKARD ULTRAMATIC DRIVE! And now you've seen the new lower prices/ Areir olde/t nnh,erar No wonder so many of you are telling us: "This year, for sure, I'm going to be the man who owns one!" The greatest Packards ever built -at N EW __. PRICES ! Come in--see the year's most cheerhd price tags! ASK THE MAN WHO oWNS ONE PACKARD REGULAR ITALIAN DINNERS - SPECIALIZING ON ALL SEA FOODS For Reservations Just Telephone SINGER SEWING MACHINE Representative will visit Chester and Indian Valley areas regularly to service and repair all makes of sewing machines. SINGER SEWING Are Now Available in Limited Quantities SINGER SEWING CENTEII 534 BROADWAY - CHICO, CALIF. PHONE 1157 COUPON Name ....................................................................................... Address [] For Service [] New Machine Information