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4 RECORD ,= PROGRESSIVE Thurlay, January 1, 1959 Chester Mr. and Mrs. Wes Mock and son and PTimo Cassol drove to Pennsylvani:a to visit relatives and friends for Christmas and Elsie Lane, Tommy Kolosick Married in Chester Ceremony United in marriage in an a-t-uncle of the gToom, and Mr. Reg. ernoon ceremony December 20er Evans of Ghieo. the groom&apos;s at the Wesleyan Methodist roommate while they are attend- Wc.d. Thurao  Dec. 31. Jan. 1 Eizmlth Tgloz. Roche Hudson GIANT color FrL, Sat.  =n, 2, 3 Pwal Newman, Lita Milan Newlon will succeed Llarry THE LEFT HANDED ,wels. New Year's. Church in Chester were Miss El-ling Chloe State College. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Causley sie Mary Lane, daughter, of Mr. " The bride's mother wore a pink had as house guests the pastland Mrs. Roy E. Lane, and Mr.!and black tffeta dress wLth week ,their daugler and hus- Tommy Joe Kolosiek, son of Mr. l black accessories. The mother of. bend. Mr and Mrs. Robert Halll. and Mrs. Harold Kolosick_ the groom was attired in a beige gan of Hayward. The Rev. Doulas Bachellor knit dress with black accessories. " " " tl performed the doble-ring cere- t Out-of-own guests .... ineluaea #e Mr. and Mrs. George Kern and I mony. The hrid was given in, ......... . __,___ i... .__ _,__ lvtr, anct mrs taul watKins o Mrs, Theresa Kern sited the t Orso amily in Sacra.; The bride wore a whiCa Hn ]Quincy; Mr. and Mrs. Chiirles L. Angelo bllerina-Ienth flown wh i- "lDavis f Greenville, grandpar- mento laSt week e. It ...... :_'':]:: 7 "7, . _." '.ents of the bride; Mr and Mrs * 'Mr. and Mrs. James Balel Ola necame, a mcwt lengtn Ja x" " " Svott a a, grandparents had Mx. and 'Mrs. Paul Kehrer veil was fastened to a crown] ....... .f "and son Jack from Quincy and of whiCe rosebuds and she car-!me groom; mrs. rdarnyn oua- ers of Greenville, Mrs. Heisel and Mr. and Mrs. Edd. Reed i'rom ried a bouquet of pink roses and Paua from Greenville. Mr. and Sacramento for Chvistrnas di- stepanotis. . Mrs Jarra-d of Anderson Mr her. Miss Diane Ruth Watkms of l nd' " " " " ' : I a mrs. lvlarlan darrard anu   Quincy, mind of hunter for heP . . cousin wao ,atti-e a in a ,,qow ] family of Portola, Rob Kolosmk SPEAKS TO CONGRI-GATION 11affet' ;on wiha gold velvet I Of Re'no and Mr. and Mrs. Clr- Dr. Paul DeRonde of Green-] ence Sehers and fam41y of Haw- vlle payed his mImba and ]jacket. . !., , . . spoke at the Assembly of God J The candle lighters -- Judy ! me, n, sexaoa. Lane, sister of the bride, and I The bridal party was portrayed Church in Ohester last Sunday I Karla VCatkins, sister of the maid  in minMture by hand-crocheted evening. _ - ] ...... of honor  were escorted to dolls a 'he reception following light the candles by Norman in the Memorial Hall. Ine, twin brother of Judy, and The newtyveds will resume Gary Kolosick, brothe7 of the ltheir schooling in Chicn where m. t he is a junior at Chico Stale Col. '.- The besl man was Mr. William  lege and sh is a junior in hitch Schaefer (f Chester. Uers were school -- fo]krwing a brief hun- GREENVILLE Me. Biily Jarrard f Anderson, cyrnoo ia ho Sienas. Sh;> {imeu-..q.vvnings 7:30 p,m .................................. Sunday Matin- 2:00 Lodge Will Install ,(:l,ff,:rq 1.. Noulo will be m- ie 1)i;ricl. Mastm" cf (ortm.:mie: salled a uo,. vc()rshi/Ku] masl- will ::e a:e Crivel% K P!um:<. or of Sincerity Lodge 132. F&AM, ! Lodge, honorary ma:ghai )til- , during ceremonies to be held aid Sabin of Sincerity Lctge a:,d a the Masonic Temple in G}een- host Lyat Wells of Sincerity i ville at 8 p.m. Saturday, Janu- Lodge. a'.' 3. , Other 1959 officers to be in- C. Hayes, chaplain; An- .senior deacon; Edward GUN --olso--- Mtckey Ba/, Cmollm Jones BABY FACE NELSON Sun,, Mtru' Jan, 41, 5 msha,1; Bernard ] Fess ixrker, Wmdll CI/, senior s,te w a r d; lew, James lmxtlm Cles L. Lyon, Jtmio: steward; in Walt Dismy's a Wtlliazn Davie, tyler. ficer will be M. LIGHT IN THE FOREST  of Phmaas Llge No. tkolor the llSth Mason. greetings to you l Here's wishing you the very best of everFthhag in 1959 . heahh,htpp|. ,e aad succml Greenville 8:30 4 Miles 1958 in Reoiew TAYI.ORSVILLE Rosa and Walter Beaumont had tlurkey dinner Thursday wiec'h Margaret and /ll Woody in Cenesee. Enteaining at dinner on Christmas Eve were Helga and Bill Young, Carl, Gary and Ju- lie who had as their guesCs, Ivy and Claude Young, Betty Mel- vin Young and lamily and Henri and Kermi Fisher. Mrs. Vara Rlehl visited Sunday with her sister, Mrs. Edna Fish- er/Also visiting the Figher Jam- ilies Sunday was Mrs. Oiane Lawson and Scott of Quincy Mr. and Mrs. V, inn Pearce and family have as their house! guests for two weeks V|rton's } sie and bvother-in41aw, Mr. and Mrs. Buck Peters and Sandy and Melvin of Los Angeles Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Young and girls left Monday for their Man*hattan Beach home aer a visi,t here for a week with rela. i tires. Betty and CaTl Paulsen enter- tained at a get-to-gether Satur- day nighL Enjoying the evening were Barbara and Bobby Sobrero, Betty and Melvin Young, Helga{ and Bill Young, Marie and Aldo i Sorsoli, and Henri and Kermit I Fisher and Bi]l SobTero. q Chester DeLana Dresden, duffhter of Mr. and Mrs. Lanoie Dresden. is home from Chieo for the holi. days. She is aCtending collge there,. A past worthy adviser of Quincy Ably of the Order of Rednbow for Girls. she at- lended he gwand worthy advis- er's recegtion in Gridley Decem. bet 20 before coming home for the holidays, Sue Blakely of Oroville is vis- iting friends this week. College students home for the hol4days are Susan, Mike and John O14ver, Susan Gray, LarrY I McOliSh, B1ng Ross, Marlyn Todd and Pat Spencer. l Mr. and Ma.s Joe SLlva and I faly drove to Martinez and l I Stockton to vish rela,tives and t friends. While there they atend- ed a bridal shower for the fian- cee of Mr. $ilva's nephew, Shir- ley Langley accompanied them as far as Traey to visit relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. George Curnow iand son Curtis drve to Quincy (Sunday to hetp celebTate the i ibirthday of lis mother. Mrs. George Curnow Sr. Curtis is home on 14 days leave from Fort Ord I vhere he is presen,tly undergo. ing has aITny basic tainng. He will reura ,t camp January 2, Ohrists day dinner guests a the home of Mr. and Mrs. Al- an Shields and amily were her mother ls. Jessie O'Rourke o Clio, Mr. and Ms, Vernon Sand- ers and son of Red luff and i Mr. and Mrs, Je Cooley and" ildrea and . R. J. Cooley', " Sr. of Westwood. Mrs, O'Rourkel returned to Red Bluff with the i Sanders for a sit. i My. and Mxs. Elmer Elaxn and i; idaug*hters of Fearer Falls sgent t the Christmas holiday wlth Mr. and Mrs. $ahn Hilton and imi I ly and Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Abney !ind son. Two Killed, 8 Injured Chamber Officers Hcket Line Swim School Class