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June 11, 1949     Chester Progressive
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June 11, 1949

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THE CHESTER PROGRESSIVE SATURDAY, JUNE 11th, 1949 I WATER WELL DRILLING ANY SIZE OR DEPTH IRRIGATION WELLS ARE OUR SPECIALTY Write or Telephone N. R. lESSEE Post Office Box 4 - ALMANOR -- Route 4, Box 224, Chico II II | Cottonwood Club In Greenville REGULAR ITALIAN DINNERS SPECIALIZING ON ALL SEA FOODS $2.00 For Reservations Just Telephone 24-M-5 mWIi!i[tasii)IU:1il!il1(iBiiiLUFii[LImi(iil1iiiIIII V N COMMERCIAL DOMESTK', REFRIGERATION SALES AND SERVICE m 142 East Main Street--QUINCY--P.O. Box 973 a TOM LONG Phones 175-W or 201-] !FIVE BIG PRIZES AT t ANNUAL FESTIVAL JUNE 25 I The Quincy Firemen's Prize COll]lniitee has selected five major p:'izes to be given away at tills fear's Spring Festvial June 25. First will be a 10-foot upright Dlodel honle freezer; .second is a $150 /rocery order on Hoyd's Mar- ket in American Valley; third is a 30.06 t{emington Rifle; fourth will be a lady's luggage set, and  fifth will be a fly rod worth $35. Jtllrierolls smaller awards will Also be given, it was said. These gills will be presented on tim night of the J,'iremen's Fifth Ammal Spring Festival, which is to be staged on tlh night of June 25, on Quincy'e main street. Some of the attractions of the big festival tire a street dance with ",m orehestra furnishing the music; a community Donfire at which the visitors can toast marshmallows, roast weiners, or merely warm themselves; and a variety of side- walk booths and concessions that will add gaiety to the spirit of the occasion. It is anticipated that an even bigger erov, d will be present L!lal- nlade ll l) last year's record- breaking atLendance. The (uincy Firemen cordially invite everyone t,: plan to visit the m county seat on this night of night. = QUINCY FIREMEN TO GIVEDIRECTORY OF" CAMPS NOW is a legal newspaper of gen- eral circulation and qualified to publish your legal notices. Please request that they be m sent to The Record, at Green- .... ville, and thus help maintain your home-town newspaper. SENSATIONAL VALUE! AVAILABLE BY REQUEST TO LASSEN SCOUT COUNCIL A very interesting directory of camps has been compiled and pub- ished by the Northern Section, -Xmeriean Camping Assn., and can ,be obtained upon request to the Boy Scauts of America, Room 1, orehead Bldg., Cheep. The publication lists over 80 :amps in Central and Northern California, owned and operated by Salvation Army, MCA, YWCA, 'hurch groups, scout councils, fraternal organizations, service :lubs and other groups, and many n'ivate camps. Complete and comprehensive lata is given such as the dates ,at )pening and closing, age limits, i boys and girls ir separately, loca- tion, rates, and other information. The merican Camping Assn.. t nationwide organization, has es- tablished definite standards which have been generally adopted by many states in a fast-growing movement to hlrther the interest and welfare of children and adults through camping as an educative and recreative experience. The Mt. Lassen Area Council announces the following dates for Camp Lassen, at Butte Meadows: SCout Camp---June 27-July 29 Camp Ne-Wa-Kem -August 1 to August 25 for boys 9 yrs. and up. Every Girls' Camp-August 25-September 3 for girls 9 years and up. Submcrib'e i; Y'--our" HorriD-town Paper! WORLD WAR TWO VETERANS JRGED TO CONSULT SERVICE 3FFICER ABOUT INSURANCE The importance of National Life nsurance to a veteran and his 'amily is something he can easily figure out for himself, but when it Now you can own America's finest space- ',aving electric range--and save twenty big dollars on the purchase price! For a limited time only we offer the amazing Electromaster Spacesaver" Deluxe at regular price--with $20.00 worth of features included at no extra cost! Beautiful "Flood-Lite" Lamp stands iAgh enough to illuminate tallest pans or . BIG-R Fits perfectly into small kitchens--yet has capa. city enough to cook for a family of 61 Huge Oven and Broiler (Oven holds a 30-lb. turkey) " 3 Full-Size Super-Speed Surface Units " Big 6-QI. Deep-Well Cooker C Stainless Finish All Over  Same Top-Quallty Construction of Highest Priced Ranges kettles. Automatic Oven Timer "minds" your cooking and baking while you're out of the kitchen! Gleaming c.hrome-white Elec- tric Clock connects to Oven Timer, and "doubles" as a handy kitchen clock. These and many other great features bring you better electric cooking, at a budget price! Offer Limited-Hurry/ BUILDERS" SUPPLY Chester division of COLLINS. PINE COMPANY California comes to "what kind" and "low much," he is advised to consult . J. Gallup, Veterans Service Of- ficer 9or Plumas County, located :n the courthouse at {uincy. "There is no 'book answer' to a eteran's insurance problem," Gal- up aid. "The amount of insur- race he should carry, the kind he hould select, and the method of ptional settlement, all depend on strictly individual factors." stated Vir. Gallup, who has received spe- cial training in the technical as- peats of N.ati, anal Life Insurance, md is prepared to answer ahnost any question a veteran may bring :lp on that subject. REPEAL OF PROPOSITION 4 NOW OPENLY OPPOSED BYI BL,ND WORERS OF SAI MANES Expressing nn 1 llinloLls oppose- Lion to the repeal of ,.krticle :XV FUNERAL HOME (i[oposition 4), the state's new aged and blind pension measure, the IMind Vv"gn'kers' Guild of (Jail- Telephone 75-M-2 fornia has de munced the acivkies o[" the California Council lor the GREENVILLE, .illd, the listed .';1)onsors of the I !petitions for repeal. "'eVe believe the will of the ma- jority Should prevail," the Blind ESTELLE BRASHIRS Woz'kers stated in their resolution, 'if our den:,Jcratic system and free elections al'e to Sllrvi.e. 'lhe law should be given a fair trial borer,; NOTARY PUBLI( any revision or attempt to repeal at the t takes places." INDIAN VALLEY Subscribe to Your Paper; LOCAL & LONG-DISTANCE TRUCKING SAND AND GRAVEL HAULING O O O 0ISPOS0000,L & TRUCKING SERVICE Andrew Proschold, owner Greenville, California ON ALL WILLYS-OVERLAND MODELS JEEPSTER OVERDRIVE INCLUDED A,,,e,';,:,:Fs most distinctive five-passenger sports car fol all-season use. 'Jeep' Engine with ove,'drive delivers sensational mileage. ELLIS MOTORS Greenville * California Standard Oil Company of California cils, paint, hose, carpentry, shovels, electric lights, engineering, pipe...all the things it takes to keep a company like ours going are bought on this basis. Last year, more than 10,000 businesses in the West received orders from Standard of California for more than 100 million dollars worth of equip- ment, supplies and services. He goes by a lot of names, lives in almost every town and city in the West, and even if you'don't recognize his picture, you probably know him well. He's your local businessman... .Instead of centralizing all our buying, we make it a point wherever possible, to do business with people in the home towns we serve. Paper, pen- We bu 9 everDthin 9 we can from this man