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June 11, 1949

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TH $YIR PIOGRE;IV ShTUR0hV, JUNI t!th, !949 (ALIPORNIA SUMMER TROUT ANGLIN SEASONS 1949 LEGEND AREAS IN WHITE : MAY I-OGTO,BF.R 3J : MAY 30 OOT. 31 NOTE : ALSO GONSULT LIgT OF STREAM AND LAKE CLOSURES ORDER ALL PRINTED FORMS AND SUPPLIES BOOKKEEPING AND STATIONERS' SUPPLIES AND MOORE'S REDI-RULED FORMS irom THE PRINTERS OF PLUMAS Telephone 39-M Greenville, Calif. PRINTING BY COMPETENT CRAFTSMEN , ' k\\;'4 IIIEl.\\;V,\ f ! ASSE,MLY OF GOD Rev. Don North, Pastor S(JNI)AY SEt V IC'ICS Sul;day School 10:00 t.lll. [0:0l) a.lll. Sunday Se}lool tl:00 a.m. Morning VVorsllip 7:30 p.m. Evangelistic Service M 11 \\;EI']K SEt, VICE 'l'htli:dty tCvening 7:30 p.m. Ct"IESTER BAPTIST C+iURCH key. Paul White, Minister [1NI)\\;Y SI,]tL V l(J bJS k;llnday {('hool .(}:,t5 a.m Morning Worship 11:00 a.m. i;veiing- Worship -7:30 MI I)WIdEK M hH,,"FIN G S /o(hll,s{lay SeFvice 7:311 p.II%  o/ILh l,'(,liowsllip 6:30 Vonwll'S Missionary Society - 2rid aJld tth Thursday each weeh CHESTER CHAPEL Rev. Vern A. Pate, Minister Sunday School--9:45 a.m. Morning Vorsllip 11 a.m. Young People's t oeiety- -6:30 p.m. Evening Worship -7:30 p.m. -. Midweek Prayer Meeting 7:30 Wednesday evening. Missionary Prayer .Meeting ever5 third A*e(lnesday at 7:30 p.m. Women's Missionary Society each 1st Thursday of month, 2 p.m. CATHOLIC SERVICES Fr. McTague, Westwood, Pastor Saturday, 12:30 I).m.-- Christian D()ctrine at Larry Larson home Sunday, 8:30 p.m. Mass at the old school auditorium, Chester. PRODUCE MAN JACKSON KILLED IN TRUCK WRECK Perry S. JaeRson. produce man of Marysville, is reported to have died early this week when hs truck ran off tle highway between Quincy and Portals. Jackson was well kllowll thru- out tile Oollnty, 4 ,1 H ow would you like to sit down to a meal of fresh fish rnonHs after the season is over. It's easy and practical, too, with a tlonle Freezer. When dad and brother bring home that wonderful catch, less the big one that got away, ,just clean then . . . eat what v()I want, and deep freeze the others for a later date. They'll keep perfectly for as long as six months. Buy your oysters or other shell fish during the "R" months, and store them in your Home Freezer until next smnmer when your appetite demands a delightful shellfish menu. A Home Freezer is the ideal way to save money and enjoy a greater variety of foods. Buy tllem at the low price of tlleir peak season--store them in the freezer--serve them when you like. You will find frozen foods always at their delectable b'est. A large selection of Home Freezers are available from stock. Let your dealer help you choose the type and size most suited to your needs. ? i = "1"| F'' "N I "" |I:)AO J F| SERVICE CHESTER LOCALS e },!r. afl:l Sirs. J.l'l('S l,. tklldecS were Greenville visitors dnring tl:e @ ,,arly part of this week. 2glr. and Mrs. L. E. tlair oi the ; .'.ht,ster Tllealro wei't ))tlSillt'HS \\;'1:; itors in (]reonvillt, Oll "l'hm'sday. @ 0 Game Warden AI DOl't,J was a .aller in Greenville yesterdav. O Harry Love of th e Antlers Motel md Ed NeLunan of Ayoob's Store ' ,ere business visitors in (]reeu- ville and at .the county seat on l'Uesday of this week. Harold Williams and Lillian -lansen attended the reopening at Lhe Sorsoli Hotel--n*ow known as Lhe Crescent Hotel--at Crescent Mills last Friday night. O Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Irwin and .laughters Willemma and Delonas tre enjoying' a few days camping md fishing at Willow Lal(e. O Mr. and Mrs. Charles Blackman, :d Neuman and Hary Love were tll present at the highway dinner nd conference at the Stone House n Quincy Tuesday evening. Mrs. Melvin Speegle and son :obert left last Saturday for Mo- desto for a visit with her relatives. Sh e will return next week and will ;hen move t,a Chico, where she has been engaged to teach durmg the earning school year. O Mr. and .Mrs. Wayne Speegle and children, and Mr. and Mrs. Leo Speegle, spent several days in Chico, and attended tte gradu- ation eXercises staged at the State College there last Monday. | Dr. and Mrs. Gorge Smallbone )f San Bruno have purchased the iiiOli0tilelelitiliilliiillevlleoeiioelei FOB YGIIB 00eal Est NEEDS Teleplone Chester 1 l-M-11 ALBERT B. IRWIN Real Estate Broker - Notary eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee,,eeeeoeeeeeeveeeeeeeeeeeee4 "llitll!Iltllilillll]ll!ililll![[lUil[{UllIllll l! [] N : II U:::l,:  l"ll !l ,li'/il NOTICE Reqular Meetinq of Union Local TUESIDAY - JUNE 21 - 7:30 AT THE CHESTER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL All Members Requested to Attend -- Important Jilillillllllllllllllllllllllliilllllil I Mr. Lassen Clu The Bright Night Spot of Chester "NOT RECOMMENDED BY DUNCAN HINES" O O O WENDELL SNOW . YOUR MIXOLOGIST 0 O" 0 THE BEST IN AMERICAN AND. CHINESE F, Donald Benton summer home at Lake Almanor, the transaction be- in. h.ndled hy * B *twin, real | DANCE MUSIC ON FRIDAYS AND estate broker of Chester. ::+.. L.,,..,.,,.......,,,....,,,.,,.,.,..,,.,, k fEATHER RIVER PLUMBING & HEATING Phone 26-M-2 Chester, O O CRANELINE DOMESTIC WATER SUPPLIES soc,m a /#W//L///t/itllt\\;\\%v Electromode Wall Heaters oe el el el ee ee el eo ee .e e. e: E:.'.. FOR SAIE IN CHESTIER- Blue Fox Bar; 3 lots; corner l)cation; modern 27-ft. bar, equipped kitch- en, liquor license; 3-room house partly furnished. Bargain price-- terms. ALSO 7/10 acre, frontage on highway 36, near new gram- mar school; some improvements; well and pressure system; good business location. See A. B. Irwin, real estate broker, Chester. Tele- ,ph,one ll-M-11. NOTICE OF NON-RESPONSIBILITY June 1, 1949 NOTICE IS H]RFBY GIVEN to all whom it may concern, that on and after tl{e abave date I will: not be responsible for any debts or |i obligations contracted by anyone other than myself, l BEN W. JUDISH pl (Publish June 4-Ii-18) (C) L 0 0 MATERIAL AND WORKMANSHIP | THE BLUE FOX  _2;;--;;;J | | CHESTER PROGRESSIVE  Published Every Saturday ilP Entered in the post office at ' Chester, California, as second- I1 il class matter under the Act of . Congress of March 8, 1879. , Thelma A. Johnson. E. N..Johnson r I Owners and Publishers Member Of C.N.P.A. - N.E.A. , IS AGAIN SERVING DONNA'S FAMOUS "CHICKEN AS YOU LIKE , 9_._/ t'f/_(_ ]E