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RECORD ANO PROGRESSIVE t Greenville and ChelteP, Calif. Thursday, July 9, 1959 County Asks T A Y-L O R S V I L L E i Boat Ordinance I I Mr and Mrs Carroll Dolphin, liams and family spent Friday I Violators Face i Billy Dolphin, Mr and Mrs Lauren until Sunday camping on Morton, !Hinz, Carolyn and Bary and Mrs Creek. Rmh Clary enjoyed Sunday at I Mr and Mrs John Young went Lake A1manor, boating, skiing, to Manton last week end to at- and picnicking. ' tend the Manton rodeo. Her for the summer. H i Lena Cates, ]ohnny Cotton Stiff Penalties i Wed in Susanville Ceremony Boa* o-,Hnonco vi,qators on! Lena Nellwyn Cates, daughter ed the ceremony. The bride waS ....... of M Delma Granger of Chester, given in marriage by Jack Hut- bake Atmanor wno appear nn_ me '" ri ...... ^ ' .... r ........ 1 i-'-ic" ourt oeca me o Qe ol oonnny mar- : chison of Cottonwood. wamd .uucm I s;c-o,thl ion Cotton of Susanville, in ai She was attired in a gown of n memseve i ea w r o ld " " st;; .... ,^ ,.. ; **. .... , ce em ny he at the Commumty white satin, covered with import* --if guilty, probably the maxi-, [r)mls'te'son'oi'r=:'r,.;;,:'r)ed white lace, and her veil was mum punishment allowable by ! ;., o  .... n,,u" .......... 1 held by a cap of seedling pearls. law, Judge Edward Spellmeyer ............... The Rev C R --'bson . .. ] Maid of honor Sharon Prate# said this week ......... I  or me lwor e yellow chiffon over yellO | The maximum punishment is nester Bapusz unurcn perlorm- taffeta. The bridesmaids, NorV | ....... Pilgrim, Marlette Sabin and Bol, | $500judgeOr 6 monthSspellmeyerin jail---Orsaid both.this I 1" Xl ll A I I !by Lou Shaw, wore dresses  lnQlan valley -r-I I orchid chiffon over orchid taffe, | announcement specifically refers . in the style of the one worn bY| 5 Dam Jobs Harold Hicks of Colusa called with them on friends here over the week end.' Spending the holiday week end Camping out Friday night at lwith the Youngs and Judy were .'% r na'us'e" Crystal Lake were Mr and Mrs,Bill Schults and Bill Gindes of Ed Brown and children and his Paynes Creek, Miss Laurel Rod- mother, Mrs Net Brown. gers of Manton, Miss Judy Beard Mr and Mrs Floyd Warren and Shingletown. Harvey White and Urgent request that the four children joined relatives on a trip of Susanville and Grant Truett of Plurnas County proposed water through Lassen Park on the 4th. friend of Red Bluff visited them projects not yet started be glven Mrs Agnes Hall of Yuba City Saturday. the go-ahead signal at one was visited at the Genesee home of Miss Helen Thomas and girl made by the county board of sup- her daughter and family, Mr and friends drove up from Sacramento at its meetlmt in Quincy Mrs Homer Joseph and took in to spend a few days with her sis- to boat speeding in dock and i ...... .: ervlsors _ .. ....... 'ter and family Mr and Mrs Ken- swimming areas. There have, ('h- J-ae L/]#ai-n I the maid of honor. . Monday. In a resoluuon tman- the cmeDrauon nere. I..+t, n.hi n" l been four violations in the past t xJsuu zto  z,uxs. I The flower girls were Canaa imously adopted the boars corn: Marion Higgins came Friday to """ '' ._" ..... month he said and these s,eeders ' " Carlson and Janie O'Kelly The$ de armen o " i si er  vr ana mrs ary mormson o , , v 1 The July meeting of the Indian " "head" mended the state p . .. spend the week wth h s st  ............. t st be slowed down before some .............. wore yellow wth matching ^. water resources for acquiring me Mabel and brother-in-law Charles uoa ty wno nveo n er.e a zewlnt  ;o seri,,,, -,,, I Vatey lnman rieao a-rl iuo was*,iece s The rin-bearer's role  .uup. necessary land for the site .of the Taresh years ago in the Sorson Apart.- i ........... "' f-" .... I called to order by Presiident Sue f'illed "b,- Dennis OKell -, !s One hman ro'ect on the extreme_ merit were overnight guests a: i Caraway at the Greenville Picnic  _ . _ ," . on a.sting Frenc P ] Mr and Mrs Berme Makowsk o a I ! rmyDurn weezs was Des m  t eastern side of the county, and .... .:,..^- a  *h,,-  ....  l urday at the Dwain Underw o , r- I Grounds the afternoon of July 6.._. .h .... ,,,,-, sn,  ,,.h ur ed that the same be done with ,u m ...... . ......... . ' .... i home. Some 13 members and two ; ....................  ',q. rg ^... . ..... , ..... tv at over the hohday, her sLster and I #;o, .... 00,o.a;oh00 l-'artv Honors mothers nresent The followin O Kelly served as ushers._ ..... -.. . family, Mr and Mrs oonn W ts . . . x, r groomsmen were Albert Gli Dxle Refuge, Abbey Bmdge, . and Bobby Bmguard of Susan- _ _ - .........  c e named for a planmng corn-.. .......  ..... -  r e .... of Gerber. ! 'mittee for th Fair o h" t, v- a-u  ,-. , ..... Antelope Valley and Gmzzly Val-  ....... vtlle came over to attend the;Vcl[lla F[ECIIIyC[5 .... e b or Jamce ,,,wo,r -1-; n "I L0Vt| ., : tamplng ou over ne week enu ,,. h. -;Asv ,,;#;na with Hall Ann uaraway, Dawn .ee,  ....... , ...... ,  = :~= The board also set July 13 and were Neal Clark,_ Clayton and I her sister and family, Lois and l Velma Freemyers of Chester and Lynette Schwarzenberg. . you Ty. and 'Because% | 14 as the date for h_e coumy's iane ana lvlrana Mrs. rancml Bill Downey. Saturday Mrs Down-i was guest of honor during a Bur - It was reported that six mere - ..:vY..'=:=:**."]n'c| bud et mee rames ana eanna ue who rs le' fare I art held Monda o,,, -s* o annual preliminary g - ": ...... . t ey, Dave Downey and M Myr i prise we I p y y hers plan on going to 4-It sum-! , ,. ...... -ok | ing. were a wmow .. . .. . i Madsen drove to Lake Almanor: evening at the Leion HalT. HOB- mer camp. ! , u. ,, . ,l The Shoo-fly bridge over Indian Dr and Cleo Miner o mcol_.n_I to meet Mr and Mrs L B McColm I teases were Jessie S,eegle, Eunice The following are to serve on I The bmde's mother wore  to Tohn . mertm spen a ew clays nee az meat n of Mrs Bill h an s a ler h crepe wth wnle accessomes Creek was sold , , . .. " -. " _ . ='= __ _ ,of Standish, pare ts ." I Kie 1 d Phylli W 1 . t e August refreshment commit-! ....... .. . get and Lloyd Wheelocz, uotn of: ranch m ron rm.. -- - --d I Downey, and they all enjoyed a i The tables were beauIful de- tee: Glenna Earhardt, Diane. me groom s m, .oner cnose .pow | j Greenville, for $400. They corn- mr anu ars L..tDert eanmenoi picnic lunch at the lake. I corated with flowers from the Finke, Wrudy Glenn and Janiee blue with wme accessomes, s  , peied against two other bidders in sons Jack ana Jerl oI..a ..o _  Mrs La Verne Mc Cutcheon of, Mary Bokelman garden and the Hall I Mrs riarom vezerson w, l an oral auction, and outbid.the we re .ne re mr ao v,mt., v__m net I Sacramento came up Thursday lcake was made and decorated by' After the meeting the group!charg e of the reception, .]! oth'er two It was the 2nd time' parents, Mr anu lvirs m uroru._t to visit her mother, Mrs Mary Mary Santos of the Green Pine. raked and picked uu Dauers in i was hem in me social nail u, ,: the bridge had been offered . Mr and Mrs John Ryan aria/Wing" Miss Darlene McCuteheon]The cakes were rovided by Lau- the picnic area A nu!nlerof Iris{church. as}e De - } for sale .... there being no bidders cmtaren oI eno were net_ raM, and fmend, came up Saturday and ra Meusling. , Lillian Williams and bulbs were then planted. The. bmde attended, schoO the first time when a $500 mini- with_ her grandm._ other ,,*r,.. LaY/will remain here to attend the t Elosm Metcalf. A corsage was The group enjoyed a sack lunch DeQmncy ana rner,^La. mum price was set. It was unaer.-wing anti to aszena  ""_','=]funerats of Mrs McCuteheon's presented to the honored guest picnic and later went to Lake was a member ox me xv stood . Bettmger ana. wneel oc arrange,men ,, ^*  brothers Ben and Bud Gates. , by __Grace P.eterson. _ . ! Alm.anor .where they all eroyed{ uating class at+. _Ches er P|II will dmmanfle the vrmge ana sell ro.e --uu: ?2 ............ r ! ............... 1 Those atencting were lunlce, a swimming party. cnoot. oon aLenu..c- wm it for scrap metal. The Shoo-fly  Mum tlonme u. .. w uv, | 'ul-huu :$UlFJt [ Kiehl,. Phyllis Wailer, Jessie. Sharon Nye is the club revorter ] Westwooa aria usan.mue, . bridge is one of the oldest spans' f to,m.. Re_, at aena me 'ourm I Enjoying a pot luck *suPPl.. atl Speegle, Mildred Greenman, Bil-i ............. - _-Z::=_'!uatin.g from Lassen I-ligh.in | | In Plumas Coun aria xor marYio tuy_-. .... ,,h .... the John Hardgrave home. folloW-ly Winchel, Elo.ste Met_calf, Mary I Record W=,,* a,. n.. m.-,v.. [.He s employea Dy UOltlns  , years was part of the. roaa.De-j. r auu vzu a-[s= -.:-_:-,1 ing the Silver Buckle toaeo were I DoKelman, dUllS anders, Inezi .................. m uneser. " J ween Greeaville ano Quincy. Jr ana cmaren mrs 'ge.ce | Mr and Mr John Jones aria am-  Veach, LiIlian Williams, Lfllian I   -- " .=:- th  ,-resent route was - temzcK ana family spem me/ .... +ohmnville, Johnny Per-IMcNamare Sonhia Maxev Aliee mf;WlN ,ID,llll(tlrrl(I(l{I(ll{JlPIiIllmll tablished and the old .r.oad aban-I holiday week end w, th their I kin& Mrs Harry Reuck and I Webb, Arleen Hoznour, Mildred,  f-lt;v* C,-vnintlv doned the bridge fell into msuse. I z.amer, oeorge oprero_r. tsom I daughters.. Linaa ana. anara of I Glines, Lorain Butler, Alice Gay, I ................ " The district attorney was m- l mmmes are zrom u.u, _. | Johnsovnle, mr ana  DObISue I sbe]l, Tonette Hooker, Grace l- =-- .d n structed to prepare an ordinaneel_ Arnold Tares n and. aaug,wr, ILarsen and Gary of Crescent, Mr[Peterso, Ann Vines, Ann Wag-! WlUtl a ew for the board's adoIRion,IMrs 12a " verne _memo:an.affin] and. "Mrs Tulsa S co.tt, Bill, Mathalner , Ha, Tile Price, nlly Dwyer,!B . speed limit near me new llum / aaugter...myrna..  [ana ayie and-miss mary oane|Rose .COzart, Orpha rmyes, Gracti " # T r  r. I District Hospital at 25 miles per { spent 'rl.aay. monOlds of Quincy, Dr and Mrs Lloyd / Larson, Markeeta Metcalf, Gladys    v | | ..t | I I / || | . | . I | hour. with :>. Hardgrave and Mrs Vinton Pearee/Metcalf, Virginia Roach, Blanehel  -*- " a.a....,a The county water resources t Mrs Lilliml and children. Dropping fin to visitl Caesar, Dorothy Rogers, Pansyi board was appointed to include La Verne. 'lame;m'__|wer e Albert Heald and tHerriek, Audrey Gerbing, Hazeli the following: Wrn P....erson,  wi.th, them o spena a xew aaYVieks of Susandle and : and:Lerwill, Mary Lemm, Mary Hug-ii Quincy; Frank V Dotta, Ch11oot; visiting. . ..... Mrs Clayton I.ng and daughterl on, Doris Miller, Wilma Shaver, i i --- v__ nr, n _ _:_n  -: A J Watson, Quincy; E J HRm- Speud me we:ena a. me of Stockton.  - : I Henri Fisher, Isabell Murehison,_ gur oo.oo p m  ........ phrey, Greenville; Oecll McImyre, home or* rrnu mrs .vln. ton ..... __. ien.l Et B "rtlvn, Judy Moffitt, LoteJel Greenville; George A yoob, Port- Pearce ana m y wet 2 ms ro-  hew m oz a.n esco spent I C m, Edi{h Lay, Marge Lay, Zola  OR TO REALLY SAVE ola; E K Murray, Greenville; the" rover 'earee aria rriena oI Wl_esaay..until Monday.  ] Rice, Carley Dunn, Noreen Costar,   Walter Cliff, Taylorsvllle; aria tteamng:. . _ ' .:, M,r ana Mrs tamey #Joipmn. [ Sue Adcoek, Ethel Striplin, Mary [ : i ..... _,,,,i il,e,4 Chellis Carpenter Portola and ecenuy visiting Mr and MrSMrs WKma Unaerwooa stove mm]Mherson Evel--m Clark Bea li a.,,y  .v,. v u Qmncy. All were e-appo_intLnents Jobn Hardgrave were _ Amy s to Quincy to catch the bus.. - t Gardner, Fran Nyhart, Myrtle 1 except in the case of  I., mecca, Mrs Lois JacKson o orn- Mrs Agnes Orner ana a augn- Wiekman, Micky Fleming, Mae  * who will be a new member ol me ing and her sist.er Mrs JNorma ter Charlene arn_veu ..ana . Beardsley, Alice Carr, Betty,  a board. Reuck of Johnsonvule. . . visiting Mrs uner s starer Mrs Routhxer, Lou Spencer, Ina Oray, i Mr and M:s ;ussYork went to O2 r :iicltlVlrhBUndDelsI  leEdneR:esurndn/fnulne " wcearre BetatntaMCvlleS, h'ImHoleenn N:vaan:, Truckee Sunday to viisit x'riendsl Downey, while staying in Green- and relatives and brought Deedee[ ville with his parents. Frates back for a week visit wRh I Mr and Mrs Bob Williams and Kathleen. Bobby Mr and Mrs Grbner Wil- NOW SEE thenew Mc (ulloch CHAIN SAWS - Models 180 & 170 Used McCulloch's with lots of life left as low 8J 2995 Quincy Tractor Co. HWY. 40A NORTH PHONE 400 DANCE SATURDAY NIGHT 9 till 2 Bashful Char!ie and the Bar-X-Boys, for your dancing pleasure Barrels of fun for Young and Old GILSON TILLER 1 " Sirn plicity R o ticu I $79 she s attending beauty school i " " Lila Bridgeman, Bethel Eubanks, i (cost when new $149) Enjoying a picnic Sunday atLEvaCorbett, LoraineRuonavaara, i Addison & Dupont i Taylor Lake were Mr and Mrs $] Rowena Kessel, Doris Weston, 1 M Jackson, Mr and Mrs StanleY lMrs A F Creason of Quincy and Dolphin and house guest A1 Lewis Mary Curnow. Mr and Mrs Dwain Underwood! Mrs Freemyers was presented! "THE POWER HOUSE" i and family and Ann and Gary i with a barbecue with electric spit $ Phone Quincy 400 I Morrison. I and a chaise lounge. Helping serve - ose ent  were Laura Meushng, Sophm lllilllStj A10rtner of San J sp " If " ' the 4th here wih his daughter, f Maxey and Eloise Metca . t Mrs LeRoy Buckner and family. Grace Larson came up from Mr and Mrs McMillan of Truc- San Francisco to attend. kee are the parents of a girl born " " Dandelions last week. Mrs McMillan will be remembered here as Barbara Fos- ter. C00cs$cr Mr and Mrs Ronald Meusling and son Randy of Chico were week end guests of his parents, Mr and Mrs Paul Meusling. On Saturday the group enjoyed water skiing on Lake Almanor, and on Sunday a picnic with Mr and Mrs Alex Ramsey and son Allen at their summer home on the lake. Mr and Mrs Dean Mathews of Chico recently spent the week: lend with Mr and Mrs Walter: Brown Mr and Mrs Jack Weber of  Millbrea and Mr and Mrs Harry Lover were dinner guests at the home of Mr and Mrs George Cur- i now. Saturday. The occasion honored the birthday of Mrs*: Weber. Mr and Mrs 0 H Vanderford of l Gridley spent the week at their! summer home. Their house guests were Mr and Mrs Tim McKenzie and Mrs Lens Anderson, all of Yuba City. Cub Pack Meets Cub Scout Pack 377 of Chester held its regular meetng June 28 at Last Chance Creek. A marble contest was held after the cubs' and their families enjoyed a picnic lunch: winner was Gene Rogers.' Akelea's Council, which is the:' presentation of awards, was held. I David Brooks received his wolf' siilver arrow and Stanley Kaber. his bear badge. Webels graduating into Boy, Scouts were Gene Rogers, Bert i Metcalf. Tony Miller and David Kaber. They received graduation certificates and duplicates of all.l badges earning during their Cub. days. These were beautifully. framed and presented to the boys, as mementos. The July pack meeting will be: a piicniC, and obstacle races are I planned for the boys. Store Under New Management W C "Chauncey" and Ethel Buf- fington arrived this week to take over management of the Western Auto store in Chester, having purchased th business from and Jay Carmichael effectiw Monday. The Bufflngtons come here fror e where they were form- r Now it's esy to knock out ugly lawn-spoiling wls like dandelions, plantain, English daisy. Once o v_ with 4-x does it. Grass stays grccn---we2 shriVO aud die. Clean, granular 4-XD roquires no no measuring. And uniformly good results sre guaranteed when you apply with the precise Scott Spreader. It's the year-round lawn aid that saw work, Waste and fimel For grass lawns only. 4.XD". 00,ooo a -*S.75/ ! F. a c0 r! Cindercone Ballroom Mr and Mrs Jack Dunning who have been visiting Mr and Mrs Pete Vicavo left Tuesday for their Paradise home Mr and Mrs Keith Joslen and seven weeks old baby left last Monday after a vllsit here with her aunt, Mrs Lueille Stead and husband Merl. Miss AnRa Peck of Chico spent two weeks here with her uncle and his wife. Also visiting the Steads over the Fourth holiday were his parents Mr and Mrs W R Stead of Chico and Mr and Mrs Warren Peck of Chico. NO DAMAGE REPORTED IN TRASH FIRE The Chester Volunteer Fire Department was called out June 28 to a small trash fire in ,he Col- lins Pine Project. The fire was caused by sparks from a trash can. No damage was reported. Houseguests of the Thomas E Neenans for the past two weeks were Mrs Robert Hussey and Miss ,Phyllis Hamilton from Beverly, Mass. STANDISH, CALIF. -. Just out of the Chester area.