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August 26, 1950     Chester Progressive
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"Ci[00,a00h ASSEMBLY OF GOD Lloyd Decker, Pastor Sunday School -9:45 a.m. Morning Worship--ll:00 am. Young Peoples Service --6:30 p.m. Evangelistic Ser{/ice--7:30 p.m. Tuesday Service -7:30 p.m. Friday Young Peoples Service-- 7:30 p.m. CHESTER BAPTIST (H-lURCH Rev. Paul White, Minister SUNDAY SERVICES Sunday Schoob-9:45 a.m Morning Worship-,-11:00 am. Evening Worship--7:30 p.nt. MIDWEEK MEETLNGS Wednesday Service--730 pm. xouth FellowshiD--6:3o Women's Mssionary Society-- 2nd and 4th Thursday each weeR CATHOLIC SERVICE Father Hugh McTague unday Mss at 9:00 am in [tie old school auditoriuln: ,.eligious instruction on Saturdays at 12:30 p.m. at Grace Larsoa residence. CHESTER CHAPEL Bey. Vern A. Pate, Mlnlster unday School--9:45 a.m. dorniug Worship--ll a.m. Young People's Society--6:30 p.m. Evening Worship--7:30 p.m. Midweek Prayer Meeting--7:30 Wednesday evening. Missionary Prayer Meeting every third Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. Women's Missionary Society eactl 1st Thursday of month, 2 p.m. MT. LASSEN INDIAN CHURCH Guy Fields, Minister (Located on Stover Ranch) unday School--10 a,m. Morning Worship---11 a.m. unday Evening Servlce--7:30 pro. "Where God Will Meet the Need of Mall." Wednesday, 7:30 pm.--ible Study aturday, 7:30 p,m.Fellowship. Moose Enjoy Film On Northwest Area Movies of Oregon, Idaho and Yellowstone Park were enjoyed by the Loyal Order of Moose meeting last Saturday night. The films were shown by Bob Robe- ;on. After the meeting, refreshments were served by the refreshment committee, with Ted Eaton chair- ITlan. .......... " "'' [-'r( ...... ir .... [Chester Girl Scout Community Qroupl ' Lays Plans for Camp at Meeting Here]: The Girl Scout Community . i committee met at the home of Carr, Mrs. Harold Peterson andIB H I """"" I Mrs. William McCollum recently Lewis tteaps serve on this eom-li Ill I i. P !1 ili tmakeplansfrthescutcami)tmittee" t6 IIIL, J.dLLUUUH UI and to review the various com- Brownie Troop No. 2, sponsored]i mittees. by the Mothers' club, has Mrs. ti 000 I1 gp, " ' ghincse Tim Community committee is as follows: Mrs. William McCollum, chair. man; Mrs. Don Morris, vice chair- manl Mrs. Wayne Peterson, sec- retary-treasurer; Mrs. Art Jensen, leader coordinator; Mrs. Robert Shaw, publ!city chairman; Mrs. Lawrence Hope, camp chairman, and William McCollum, housing chairman. Chester now has three active troops. The-intermediate, spon- :;ored by the American Legion, has William McCotlum, Everett Th.ompsol and Warren Metcalf on their committee. Brownie Troop No. 1 is spon- sored by the Lumber and Sawmill Workers' union. Mrs. William Lewis Heaps, Mrs. Robert Service and Mrs. Don: Morris as a com- mittee. Anyone who would like to be- come a troop leader or assistant is asked to see Mrs. Art Jensen or call 27@1.. Leaders are badly need. ed and no previous training is necessaryonly an interest and 1 a desire to help our girls develop into useful, helpful young worn- en, This is interesting work and [] requires only a small amount of time each week, [] Howard Greenman, brother of Dr. R. Ao Greenman, who has been working in Chester this sum- mer, left Wednesday to return to medical school at ttahnemam Medical college, Philadelphia, Pa. The Bright Night Spot of Chester "OT RECOMMENDED BY DUNCAN 0 0 0 THE BEST IN AMER-ICAN AND CHINESE w M 000 :llnlnunluiillnlUnlll i / NUoCOAT Excels ANY Wall Pcd/t Now Offered on ANY Market ALSO A COMPLETE LINE OF PLYWOOD (Discount to Builders) LARRY SHEA End oI First Ave. Chester, CoL That fire is burning a hole in your po,'00g00et There's a price tag on every forest fire. Whoever you are, wherever you Hve--part of that cost comes from your pocket. Be careful with r in wooded areas. When you see a forest fire report it at once. Remember, a= ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. Keep America Green. COLLINS P'INi: CO. I