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Shower Honors Judy Spangler; . June Double Wedding Planned Miss Judy  Spangler of Chlco era. Mildred Greenman, Alice was guest of honor at a bridal ebb, Ca'ethel Brown, Nellie shower held at the home of Mr Burton, Harriet Rose, Pat Her- and Mrs George Moffitt FHday ick. Alma Snook, Jessie Speegle. eveing. Hcsses were Laura Ann Vines, Dorothy Mock, Eth- Meusling and Lil WIIHams. I-I Brown. Summer .flowers arranged by Rowena Kissel, Lorain Buler, 19aIn Butler formed he atrae-Carolyn Koepp, Lottie Oory, tlve decorations, A cake in Re Blanche Caesar, Mary Curnow, form of a book was the center Grace Peteron, Van Zlegler, Sue of a+,raotion. It was decorated label. Mrs A Creason of Quincy with two wedding bells n one the bride--to-be's sister Betty and coiner  wth e inscription their mother Lois Spangler of "Judy and CHff" on one page Chico. 'VIay all your oubles be] Mle ones" on 2e other. I The cake was made by Mary i Santos of the Green Pine Cafe. I Games were played, with priz-I es going to Mildred Greenman, M Creason, Jessie Speegle and Grethei Brown. Judy received many lovely gifts to be used in her new home. Refreshments of finger sandwich- es and cake, coffee and tea were served. Sending gifts btrt unable to a- tend were Hlte Stillman; Mavge Cassidy, Virginia Hall, Hallie Price, Helen MeusUng of ChACo: Eloise Metealf, Edith Lay, Hazel Lerwill, Jaye Carmichael, Aud- rey Gerbing, Ruth Granrud, El- .sic Stevens, Marian Mal-cich, $- nez Veach, Ann Wagner, Audrey 1 Stout of Susanville; Rose Renner of Whealand; Ed- /na Bollnger, Lois Scott, Eva Weise, Janice Linggie of Sacra- Attending veere Velma Fveemy- Job's Daughters Grand Guardian In Official Visit Dorothy Wise, grand guardian of the State of California, made her official visit ,to Bethel 46, Many, Activities : For Girl Scouts; Cookout Enjoyed The Greenville Girl Scout or- ganization has been busy with a wide assortment of activities the past two mon,ths. Cookie sales started on April 6 and continued, under the lea- dership of Mrs Cecil MeIntyre, until all ,the cookies were sold. On April 15, a district 6 out- door workshop was ,held at the local picnic grounds. Under the leadership of trainer Helen Snel- son of Orland, a group of scout leaders from Westwood, Chester, Greenvi'He, Storrie, Quincy and Porola learned the finer points o outdoor cookery. The training ook in all parts of an outing, including fire building, sanita- i tion, cleanup and fun. Both Mrs Snelson and execu- tive director Jean Coughlin were very favorably impressed by th6 mento: Helen Lefler, Frances local picnic area. Jones, Phyllis Waller, Betty Mc- . ........ Clish, Bethel Eubanks, Verna May 9 was me aay mar reen- Hope Mac Jenks Mary Myers villes scou.t leaders chose to Canyon Dam- and'Bede'Wozniak'] make rise of Vhis training, and Westwood. ' -- I' the girls of Troop 166 :had a won- ........ derful day during their cookout cdnora mofftt aria Juoy will at the -icnic -rounds Leaders be married in the Park Chapel ',_ t-o  -   .-"  -. ........ I wno o K part were mrs ueun m tteno on June o a o:u pm. IPhil,tt Mrs John q*o," and Mr o fll be a double weddlng, as l Uarve,, p ..... ,, her win sister will be married to l'" a ...... ,. Ralph Martin, nephew of John As a fitting social climax to Woods of Chester. The wedding a year of intermediate scouting, BUSINESS WILL OPEN NEXT WEEKEND A D Allen of Chester announc- ed he will be open or business next week end. His trailer court will then be ready and he will also continue to operate his fly- tying business. Allen also will be franchised agent for the Aluma Craft boat line for Lake Almanor and Lassen County. He ill conduct the boating busi- ness from his Feather River PTA Discusses Coming Events The Greenville High Scoho] PTA held its regular meeting Monday at the school library with president Charlotte Hannon and her corps of officers presid- ing. Plans were made for a fall membership drive. All committee chairmen will be appointed be- Drive location in Chester, where l fore the next meeting, in Sep- he has operated a general store Imber. since 1928. ] Mrs Harold Peake, district 30 * [presidert, reported on the state i convention in Los Angeles May 6 'through 9. Girl Scouts .... armen mzth was appcdntea Discuss Camp, t chairman of a committee o plan Bay Area Trip The Chester senor girl scouls met at the home of Mrs Bill Wal- ler on Monday. Discussed were the four-day campout or June 5 hrough 8 and the trip to San Francisco. August was di.scussed as a en- tative date for the trip, to be paid for with money from the recent. car wash conductd by che girls l land from the sale of Mother's i Day corsages made from materi-! at donated by the women's club. J Address stickers were also sold,I for the fund for Kathy Neuman and Lorrie Roach, who will leave for the Girl Scout Round-Up in Colorado Springs on July 1. I Present at he meeting were Kathy Neuman, Peggy Smtih, Delgado Services Held in Redding Ir and Mrs Javier Garcia, gt :nd Mrs Marcus McBean a'd family and Mr and Mrs Eel Chcquetle and family of gelz0 were in Rcdding over the weel end of May 9.11 to attend f::i eral services for Mrs Juana Det! gado, mother of Mrs Garcia. "'! Mrs Garcia's son, Airman !4;I Lewis Sa,bala of Castle Air FI ase, also attended the fun services of his grandmother..[ CARD OF THANKS for the annual executive meet- ing of the district to be held in I I wish em thank he Greenville June 13. J o a n n e I many friends Who sent chee ff$ Pearce, Jessie Hayes and the lcards and well wishes during  new officers are to assist. It will/h spitaliztin in San Franci# be a potluck meeting in the cafe- / y were a great corrfort to r eria. 1 Mrs M D Ayoob :::::::::::::::::::::::::::: : :- :- ::::: :_:: -:::::: : ::: :_: : : : : ;-: : : : : : : : : ..... Susanville, and Bethel 64, West- wood, International Order of Job's Daughters, on May 13. Escorted to ,the east were past horord queens Robera Shaw and Sally Gray of Westwood and Carol Ateway of Susanville. Irs Wise was escorted and in- vited to remain in the east. Mrs Wise is from San Diego. Other grand officers escorted and introduced were Catherine Ford of Los Angeles, grand guide; Adoline Moorehead of Oroville, grand marshal; Violet Hutcheson of Chula Vista, grand librarian; June Ca,hppuis of Su- sanville, deputy grand guardian; and Gertrude Grist of West,,God, depuW grand guardian. Guardians escorted were Mar- v4n Peterson of Susanville, Gert- rude Grist of Westwood and Leona Clark of Chico. Associate guardians escorted were Fred Bradbury of Susan- ville, Joe Grist of Westwood and F L Hutcheson af Chula Vista. There were many other oi- ctls of Masonic affiliated orders escorted and both Bethels were very pleased to see such an enor- mous sideline. Initiated 4nto Bethel 64 were Marie Metzcorf of Quincy, Mary Jane Smoot of Chester and Mic. helle Haynes of Chester. The presen, tation was a "pass- ing the buck" act by the four Bethel 64 line officers, conclud- ing with recitation of a poem f ppreclation and presentation to the grand guardian of monetary gts from both Bethels. Final Rites Held For W R Overhouse Funeral services were held on Monday morning at the W F Gormley and Sons Funeral Home for William R Overhouse, long- time Sacramento area resides who dted Thursday at his sum- mer home in Chester. Burial was in East Lawn Cemetery. Mr Overhouse had spen mot of his time in the Chester area ater retiring as a mechanic and maintenance man for the Paci- fic Telephone and Telegraph Company garage, where be work- ed for 12 years. He is survived by his wie Pearl, son Charles of San Rap- hael. daughter Mrs June Kreeger of Sacramento, sister Mrs Ella Stein of Sacramento. Also two grandchildren and Iour grea- grandchildren. Mrs VI D Ayoob returned home recently fter being hospRalized or a n,umber of weeks in San Francisco. She is happy to be home and reports she is wel,1 on the road to recovery. Mrs Ayoob was *hospitalized while vacation- ing in the Bay area in March. Mrs Sutton has opened her summer home at Prattville. pary will be family only. l the girls of Troop 166 journeyed Donna Dill and Jill Waller. Clifford is employed with the to Chester the evening of May    * Forest Service. He is a graduate I 15 for a smorgasbord dinner. Ac- Visiting Mr and Mrs Herman of Lassen Junior College. Miss I companying the group of 16 | Leu for an extended stay are Mr. pangler is attending Chico State[girls were Mr and Mrs Philpott, ]and Mrs R J Miers from Brewster, wouege. ( Mrs Stoy and Ernest Lindsay.  M nn. I I SPECIALS for Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday I I I II III ! II Pillsbury and Balard Biscuits 10/$1 BISQUICK LIBBY'S CORNED BEEF HOME GARDEN Whole Potatoes- Applesauce Cream Style Corn COFFEE, drip or regular SALAD DRESSING HOME GARDEN OLEO Giant Size Delergent SHORTENING SALAD OIL LADY'S CHOICE Strawberry Preserves Nestles Ouik Chocolate Sani Clor Sanalac Powdered Milk Lady's Choice Mustard Alber's Oats quick or reg 40-ounce 39c 12-oz ;5c 7 for 1.00 lb 69c 39c 5 for 98c 55c 3 lb can 69c quart 49c 4 lb 98c 23/8 oz 79c gallon 25c 12 qt 89c pint 19c 42 oz 39c MEATS Pan Ready Whole Fryers Yorkshire Thick Sliced Bacon Frontier Sliced Bacon Tender Choice Chuck Roast Challenge Mild Cheese 2 PRODUCE IDAHO NO. 1 RUSSET POTATOES TOMATOES LETTUCE FRESH CORN ALL SQUASH WINEAP APPLES GRADE AA LARGE EGGS 10 lb 43c pound 15c 3 for 25c 3 for 25c 2 lbs 19c 4-1b bag 39c 2 doz 83c -_ ' MARKET I COR. VLm0000S 12-oz 19c I Gree.nville U Quincy, Calif. CHEESE SPREAD, 5 oz 2 for 49c I i II I J RECORD ,NO PROGReJSlVZlB  Phon BU 4-2701 ' Greenville and Chester, Calif. {l . " ursday,  2L t9 lqlll ....