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Westwood Churehes ASSEMBLY OF GOD CHURCH Ash and Seventh Rev. D. 1. Enders. Pastor Sunday School 9:45 a. m. Voters Of Plumas Earnestly Urged To Oppose No. 23 Proposition 23, the Los Angeles sponsored legislation, to reappor- tion State Senate districts to gain five additional seats for Los Ange- ed. If the accepted plan to assure l ervisers and the County Chamber legislative checks and balances as of Commerce, is waging a cam- between population and area rap- paign to gain unanimous disap- resentation is good for the United proval of the selfishly conceived States, it should be satisfactory Los Angeles proposition. A supply and right for California. of "No on 23" bumper strips have Southern California, and Los been furnished each major com- Lngels County in particular, has munity and more are available at recognized control of the State the county seat headquarters of Assembly because the Assembly&apos;s the Chamber of Commerce. SQUARE DANCE CLASS SET FOR WESTWOOD The Peg-Leg Mountain Wheel- ers announce the start of Square Dance classes fer beginners, start- ing on Oct. 25 at 7:30 p.m. Class- es will be held in the multi-pur- pose room of the Fletcher-Walker School in Westwood. The entire cost of the course is $1.25 per per- Sunday worship 11:00 a. rn.m, les County will get mighty few Sunday Junior Church 11 a. votes in Plumas County if County Sunday Youtl. Service 6 p. ^lSupervisor Ray Larison has his unsay evening worsm2 : Iway. Supervisor Larison declared p.m. . _ . t today, "Phimas County people did! l^Wednesday Miion t;otmClno t fully understand this same: z ml p. m., Lrcn 'et . Iproposition when it appeared on SiDle s[uay ana rrayer meet- the 1960 Nov b- ba'l ^* ,-A _^_ , _ __ I em e. . , ,u v.- hE, Thursday 7:Du p.m. Isequently more than 500 Plumas I County people east votes for it CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST ,, ". ............... [ It will be a saa sltuat/on 2f +l-ri:j?BAiYngaamNT l any intelligent person in Plumas representation is based on popula- tion. Now to pass this Los Ange- les Proposition 23 would tip the balance of state senatorial power to Southern California. If this happens, the small counties of northern and central California can only expect to receive the legislative crumbs the southern area may want to throw this way. Larison urges everyone to interest themselves in this matter and al] must help to make certain every "No on 23" bumper strips are being distributed in Chester by Jim lroyles, of Builder's Supply; in Greenville by Kent Hall, First Western Bank; at Blairsden Mer- cantile in the Blairsden-Graeagle area; Joy's Hardware in Portola and O'Brien's Grocery in Chilcoot --and additional materials may be obtained from the County Cham- ber of Commerce office br re- quest. son and is payable after the third lesson. The instructors are Roy and Emily Simpson. All interest- ed couples are invited to attend. For further information contact the club secretary, Mrs. Tucker at CL 6-3232 in Westwood, or Mrs. Crawford at 258-3142 in Chester. Mr. and Mrs. James McLean, formerly of Greenville and now living in Quincy, Were dinner Westwood Branch President: Ash Street and Fifth CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 601 Delwood Street Hey, Gwendela Wilson, Pastor Sunday school 9:45 a. m. Morning worship 11 a. m. Evening worship 7:00 p.m. LUTHERAN CHURCH 609 Elm Street Paster: Mare Wolfram Sunday School 11:00 a. m. Worship Service 12:15 p. m. First and third Sundays. Communion service--Third Sun- day, 12:15 p.m. FIRST BAPTIST CHU-CH Fourth and Delwood Pastor: C. E. Rivers Sunday worship :45 a. m. Sunday school 11:00 a. m. lrayer meeting, Wednesday, 7:30 p. m. and Saturday, 7:30 pn. PEOPLE'S CHURCH Cedar at Fifth Pastor: L. Edward Laraway Sunday School 9:45 a. m. Sunday worship 11:00 a. m. Ladies Aid, 1st and 3rd Tues- day 2 p. m. Bible study and Prayer meet- ing, Wednesday 7:30 p. m. 419 Cedar street. NIYF Fellowship, Sunday 6:30 p. nl. Choir practice, Thursday 7:30 p. m. OOR LADY OF THE SNOW CATHOLIC CHURCH Cedar at Fifth Pastor: Father William MeLaughl Confusion, Sunday 7:30 am. Mass, Sunday, 8 a.m. Altar Society, third Wedne day 8 pn. The Lutheran Ladies Aid are having a rummage sale this Thursday, Friday and Saturday, Oct. 11, 12 and 13, at the Mem- orial Halt in Chester. The sale will open at 11 a.m. on Thursday and will be open until 6 p.m. On Friday and Saturday it will be open from 9 a.m. until 6 p.m. SUPERVISORS' PROOEEDINGS PLUMAS COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS met in regular session on October 1 and 2, 192, with all members present. A f&ir ssteent of the procee<tings follow+: Authorized publication of Proctamation by the Governor for the General Elec- tion. . L. Peckinpab, Plumas County Uhsm- , er of ommerce Manager appeared be- fore the Board and presented a $1,600.00 sheck to the Board from the State Fair for First Prize on the Plumss County ootk at the Fair. roved Final Map of Pine Leaf Sub- sion, subject to the filing of a Per- anee Bond of $10,000.00 and the .quiring of a deed for a B0' strip of land along County Road 413. - Aepted resignation of Sam Wtlltm m It Trustee of Portola Cemetery Dist- end ppointed Esrl D. Fonda and tin M. Lambert as Trustees, effec- tive as of October 1, 1962. Adopted Resolution authorizing the bor- .9ing of $100,000.00 for dry period nancing foe' Plumas County, to be paid prior to December 81, 1962, at 2% interest. AOeepted bid o4 S & A Motors in the amount of $2,090.52 for 1-1963 Chevro-! let, 6 cylinder  m pickup, model! 01404 for the oad Department. :eeepted bid of S & A Motors in the amount of $1,75.8.57 tot 1-3/4 ton pickup -1963 Chevrolet Model C2504, said price te iaclude trade-in of 1-1957 (Ynevrolet Pickup /s on, for the Rad Department. Rescinded the minute order of the Board re@de on September 4, 1962, relative to the Judges of tbc Justice Courts to is- CUe dog licenses. Aeepted Petition of the proposed (h-es- ea Mills Oemetery District, and adopt- ed Resolution setting Novenber 5, 1962 1 10:00 .L /or the hearing on tbe Petition for the Crescent Mills Come- District. Noveaber 6, 1962 at 2:00 P.M. for anetlon sale of 1-Adams Grader No. 511, r eMh, at a minimum acceptable bid o| $1 500.00, wbich is no longer requir- ed fo'r public use for the Road De- partment. Set minimum r&te per day for the Pmmas County Geriatric Hospital at $22.80. Approved the Final Map o4 Claremont i|liage subject to filing  $5,000.00 Bond, a'nd granting of an easement. ccepted petition of Plumas Count7 mploye relsve to a ]adie lounge in the Court House, and promised to give Oneidoration to the petition in con- junction with the other spae probinms f the Court House. .m motion was made that upon a thorough veetigation y tho Ounty Engineer, Dtrict Attorney, and load Commis- j oner, the Board finds that the Forgy I oad and tbe Oreseent Mills @emeteryi k are Counter Roads. I proved the Grnt of Esement frown the I , eatber River Lumber Co. covering the] 'dump" st Sloat. | Accepted the Notic o cmpletin of( the Haxms Bros, as per contract for] %ving of the Bokwourth Airport. I UI opted Reolution relattve to an Antmall on,trel Center. [ APprovsd the speciieatiens or three [ 196---4 door sedans for the Shertff'eJ Office, and authorized bids to be re-] ived up to and lnoludin 2:00 P.M.[ en November 5, 19.62. + Plumas County voter knows the l Eleanor Holt of Greenville at- danger and unfairness of Proposi- tended the opening game of the tion 23. World Series in San Francisco. Plumas County, through its sup-Mrs. Holt is a Yankee Ian. County votes for this vicious mea- sure in November this year", Lari- son said, in declaring that the balance now existing in the State Legislature should not be disturb- &djourued at 4:00 P.M., to meet gin in egular session on Ootobe 81, 1962, at the hor of 10:00 A.M., for all E. J. HUMPHIEY, Oh 'lVlST: LOIS KEH.RER, Olerk t. 11. 1,2 guests of Mr. and Mrs. James Weant over the week end. Mr. McLean and Mrs. Weant are cou- sins. Not Responsible For Typographical Errors YOUR FRIENDLY STORE The Chester Progrese Thursday, Oct. 11, 1962 .J CHESTER PROGRF..qSlV A newspaper of general circulati published every Thursdsy in C1hwto. California, and entered and paid for am 2nd class mail at the United $tatss post office, Chester. Californ/a. Poet office address, P.O. Box 270, aaeste California. Grace Lamberty, Ethel Buffing- ton and Fran Nyhart spent four days in San Jose and San Fran- cisco. The trip was made for the purpose of taking Mrs. Lamber- ty's mother to San Francisco for, medical treatments. She will spend a week there and then will return to Chester. Art Cummins GunsmRhing GREENVILLE Gen. Repair - Blu-Black - Bluig Socking - Sighls - Scopes )ld & New Rifles - Sale or Trae Approved sale of timber at public auc- on, said desribed prperT approxi- .tel, s5,,70 board feet of timber *o Hair Cuts for the whole Family-Ladies Hair Shaping removed from county road right-of- Way on the Quincy-Meatow Valley oad West of Quincy, ad authorized to hove )ubliahed  notice of sale at public auc- l I attin2:B0t beF.M.held o Ootober 81, 1965 .,.II,. 1 RUSSET POTATOES 10 lb. cello 45c BANANAS . . . . . 2 lbs. for 31c COCK OF THE WALK FRUIT COCKTAIL, 303 5 for 99c. $4.29 THE "Y" SHOPPING CENTER OFFERS YOU A NEW SERVICE MAC'S BARBER SHOP SLICED PEACHES, 303 6for 9!c : $3.79 SPINACH, 303 7 for 99c. $2.98 STED TOMATOES, 3t}3 6 for 99c $3.89 PEARS, 303 5 for 99c . APRICOT, 303 5 for 99c. e d $4.89 $00.89 TOMATO SAUCE, 13 for 99c 48 cans $3.65 TOMATO JUICE, 46 oz. 4 for 99c 12/$2.69 TOMATO CATSUP, 12 oz. case of 24 $3.69 TASTEWELL CREAM CORN, 303 6 for 99c.. $3.69 WHOLE CORN, 303 6 for 99c.. $3.69 Cut Green Beans, 303 6 for 99c. $3.69 SWEET PEAS, 303 6 +for 99c.. $3.69 ,Tt)IT0gS, 303 6 for 99c . . $3.79 NEW POTATOES, 303 8 for 99c. $2.39 APPLESAUCE, 303 7 for c.. $3.25 SLICED BEETS, 303 7 for 99c.. $3.19 THE BIGGEST SALE OF THE YEAR - STOCK UP - FILL YOUR SHELVES AT THESE LOW LOW PRICES SANI CLOR BLEACH... gallon 39c VELVEETA CHEESE . . 2 lb. loaf 79c KING SIZE TIDE . . . . . $1.19 HILLS COFFEE . . . 2 lb tin $1.27 CRISCO . + 3 lb. tin 79c GLOBE A.I FLOUR lbs. $1.119 WroTE KING LIOUID E . I qL 69c CHALLENGE OIL, 24oz, boifle . .+ 45c WESSON OIL, 48 oz. boflle . . . 89c LOG CABIN SYRUP, 24 oz. bottle . 59c Mary Ellen Strawberry Preserves, 44 oz. 79c Lady's Choice Grape Jelly, 44 oz. . 65c Taslewell Mayonnaise, 24 oz. . . 47c Dutch Pride Imitation Ice Cream gal. 49c New by Duncan Hines Apple Spice, Bullerscotch Crunch Cake Mix Cinnamon Raisins, includes topping . 49c Heinz Chicken Noodle Seup, case of 24 $3.98 Heinz Vegetable Soup, case of 24 cans 3.29 Besi Be! Spaghetti, 24 lbs. to the case $3.29 Best Bet Macaroni, 24 lbs. to the case $3.29 Best Bet Noodles, 9 lbs. to the case. $2.79 KIDNEY BEANS; 7 for 99c.. $3.15 Golden Grain Pinlo Beans, 24 lb+ 1o case $3.29 OLEO 5 for 99c, 30 lb. case . $5.79 --i .... i i " i i MILK, 7for99c case of 48cans $6.59 'm/r, : iiI Holsom Dog Food 12 for 99c case 8 $3.65 -: k ,; .,,.,, RIBROASTS, boneless. I. $.89c BIG ECONOMY SALE RIB STEAKS . . . . . lb. 89c FRESH MEATY SPARE RIBS.  . lb. 49c BOSTON BUTT PORK ROASTS . lb. 49c PORK BUTT STEAKS. . . . lb. 5 THRIFTY FRANKFURTERS 3 lbs. $1.39 FRESH GROUND HAMBURGER 3 Ibs. $1.39 case