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6 RECORD A,o PROGRESSIVE Greenville and Cheeter, Calif. Thursday, July 9, 1959 ull i i i,J,, GIRL FOR WAIGHTS Mr and Mrs Arthur WRights of Westwood are parents of a 6- pound, 6-ounce daughter, born at 4:16 am June 26 at Seneca Hospi- tal in Chester. No name has yet been chosen. SON FOR PAVONS Mr and Mrs Donald John Pavan of Westwood are parents of a 7- pound, 3-ounce son, named John Everett, born at 12:15 pin June 24 at Seneca Hospital in Chester. HOZNOURS HAVE GIRL Mr and Mrs William Leo Hoz- hour of Chester are parents of a 6-pound, 9-ounce daughter, named SharJ Roxann, born at 9:42 pm June 22 at Seneca Hospital in St Clair "Ben" Gaes, 48, of Chester and his brother Norvelle Calvin "Bud" Gates, 46, of Green- viile, wer found shot to death late last Wednesday in a sparsely settled region of Fremon County, Wyoming, 13 miles southeast of Lander. With them was a message writ- ten in pencil on a sheet from a pocket notebook. It read: "We are a couple of pals tired of life. See you in the spring. Put me, St. Clair, in a pauper's grave. Bud wants to be buried by his wife in Crescent Mills, Plumas County, California." Both men were graduates of Greenville High School, St. Clair ,u Finis M Sanders Dies in Chester; 22. SON FOR McCTCHEONS Mr and Mrs John McCuteheon of Greenville are parents of a 7-pound, 15-ounce son. named Ron Marcel, born July 5 at Feather River District Hospital. DINNER HONORS MRS FULTON HORNING Mr and Mrs George Curnow of Chester entertained at a birthday dinner in honor of his sister Mrs i Fulton Homing on 5une 28.1 Others present were her husband and children Nancy, Gale, Diana, Darrell, Nick, Rusty, Debbie and Cherie; Edna Evans and Louise Folsom, all of Reno. Also Mr and Mrs Ellis Folsom of Carson City, Mr and Mrs Glenn Thorasen, sons Craig and David of Vinton, Mr and Mrs George Curnow Sr of Quincy. NOTIOE OF NON-RESPONSIBILITY and aster July I, 1959, We the urzdersigned will rot be reponsible for any debts or hilts entraeted in eonntion with the Tusines8 known a the SIERRA MOTEL at Cheter, OMi- Chester. Finis Mack Sanders died July Methodist Church in Chester for SMITH SON ARRIVES 14 at his home in Chester. I Jose M Martin, 67. who passed Mr and Mrs Robert Paul Smtth t Born n Oklahoma, Sanders taway Monday morning at Sen- of Westwood are parents of a 7-'had lived in Westwood andeea Hospital. pound, 15-ounce son, named Nol-Chester for the past 20 years, I Martin had begn hospitalized lie Thomas, born at Seneca Hospi- tal in Chester at 7:21 pm on June and was employed by the Col-following a stroke ten days ear- lins Pine Co. He was 60 years fornt, Local Men, Brothers. Killed in Wyoming in 1929 and Norvelle in 1932. i men there were "acting strange- i Gates was still under the rebel Sheriff McDougal said he St. Clair Gates leaves a wife and ly." One of them was on the l and still not moving. Lifting the lnot ruling out the two daughters, of Chester. ground, he said, covered by a t robe, Hancock saw the man was I rtwo men hact been The region where the two lvobe, and the other was sitting in dead with 30-30 bullet hole in but that apparently each brothers were found had been l the front seat of the car. The his chest, shot himself. There were a number of subjected to considerable pros-Irnan on the ground was not mov- Hancock immediately reported wine bottles on the ground pectins for uranium, and it was ling. suggested the pair might have Hancock returned at about the ,situation to P A MLouw , the car, and in the car there gone to Wyoming ,to participate]5:30 pm and found both men, St.l snernozrontfo, no a canteen with some wine in in that activity. An acquaintance[ Clmr "the front seat of the car, I .......... Norvelle Gates was married ..... -- ......... ' with a bull " hol- in ........ n   nmnara wen o ae scene. Ri,:h- o me omer Dromer smu ms  e ms vv, aya at _a n -amin- "-^ .^a sa the late Ann Gates. He is week he had seen him in Chesterla 30-30 rifle in his lap. Norvelle]=llead ,,obaiIvee dea vived by three children, as recently as the P ecedingl , since about 7:30 am, which would Verne Gates Ryan of Reno Thursday. . _ __ _ I r% i I mean he was dead when Hancock Kay and Richard Gates. , wyoming sneep rancner I )gUOlag |Vag first saw him, and that St. Clair named Rhet Hancock said he was   .... probably had been dead for about inlkingthe morningfr sOmewhenOf hiShe sheeP lcame I Dies at Age 54 two hours when found. DON'T BUY A upon a 1947 Chevrolet parked on BOAT UNTIL top of Wieser Ridge, and that the Douglass Hubert Ives, 54, pass- led away on July 3 at the County Services Held you see the -. , v-. . , i Hospital in Quincy. l lmal Kztes Held , Funeral services were held at Private double uneral sorviees A]uma Craft ':the Indian Mission near Green- were held Tuesday of this week For Joe Martin 00ville on Monday. July 6. with at Souders Funeral Home in So|d on easy terms burial following at the Chieo Jim Greenville for Norvelle Calvin Services Today i Funeral services were held atlCemetery in Greenville "Bud" Gates and St Clair Be,, Allen's Store 2 pm yesterday at the Wesleyan lie is survived by his wife Gates. old at the time of his death. Sorviees will be held today (Thursday) at 2 pm at the Wes- leyan Methodist Church i n Chester. Sanders was a member of the Westwood Masonic Lodge and services will be conducted by the lodge. tie is survived by his wife Bert- ie Rosa Sanders of Chester; a son John Sanders of Chester; two daughters, Lucille English of Marysville and Audry Aldrich of Albany; 9 grandchildren; 4 great-grandchildren; two sisters and three brothers. CARD OF THANKS We wish to take Otis opportun- ity to thank each and every one who helped o make otLr 10th an- nual Silver Buckle Rodeo an- other huge . Special thanks goes out to the Plumas Lumber Company who donated the beautltul parade rib- boris, and also to the Plumas County Sherts Posse who spon- sorl the parade. We wish to specially thank aH the donors of buckles, silver spurs, RICHARD F. HFIINEMANN[ the Op$ or ,'the Queen and and or / Princess, lumber, the two water the Island of Bali, a savage cock. EDY'rZ E. HmASN ]wagons, and all those too nume-ifight in a temple courtyard, a July 9, , 2, so, lS oous to personally menflcm h. [new Tokyo, brutal comm,u.nist ri- '-'------  The officers and members oil ! THE INDIAN VALLEY RID-I ts, etc. Use the Want Ads iG AND oPmG CLUB ,~ Anabelle H Pearce, sec. B  E for Best Buys - lit II I t lier. Born in Portugal. Martin lived most of his life in California. He worked for the Collins Pine Co in Chester. He is survived by his wife Li- na of Chester and a brother in: the Bay Area. Burial was at the Cypress Hill Cemetery in Petaluma. I Churches Plan Film Showing I This Sunday An hour-long film entitled "A! Cry in the Night" will be shown Sunday morning at the Commun- ity Methodist Church in Green- ville  in place of the regular Sunday service. The film will also be shown at the Taylorsville Church -- and at 8 pm at the First Baptist Church. The film is non-denomination. al, filmed in color throughout Asia, and features such scenes as actual demon possession on Business and Professional Direetory Quincy DR. M. L. MEANS Chiropractor X-Ray Phyaiothmpy Colea HOURS: Mon., Wed., Fri. 9o  and 7 to 9 p.m. Tues., Thurs., Sat. by AppOint EABT QUINCY--R L Box |$1 HWy 40A, across from Fytng 'A' Truck Stop Phone 895 REESE FURNITUBE Exchan 2 Miles East of Quincy on Highway 40A Phone Quincy 8?-W Where your credit is flood -- Small down pymeal, up o 24 monhs to pay on all new and used furniture. FREE DELIV- ERY to Greenville wiih 0 pur- chase or more. ,.,.,, ,, ,, , , ,. ,, B and E ELECTRIC e First & Main Greenville PROPANE GAS GAS APPLIANCES TANKS FOR KALE OR RENT Magic Chef Gas Rmss O'Koefo & MerrLtt Ranm Coleman Floor Furmtts -- Senlce -- PLUMAS GAB & APPLIANC Dial BUffer 4-H51 153 Crescmt St. GrnvUle SINCERITY LODGE No. 132, F.&A.M. Meets on the second Friday of each month at ,the Greenville Masonic Temple VisLting Brothers Welcome CLIFFORD NEWTON, W.M. Susanville DEAL & DAVIE SERVICE Cadillac & Oldsmobile ts GMC Trucks - GoodyearTl RECAPPING Complei Auto- Sof-Tetl motive Service Used Cs llO Main Phone 2210 SUANVILLE, CLIF, L R. PACKWOOD, Opt D. Glasses Fitted and Rtr Office Hours: 9-12 and 1-5 607 Cottage SL - Phone 7$1 SUSANVILLE, CALIF. Wilhelrnina and two dacghters, Burial for Norvelle was at Chester I ttallie Mullen of Chester and Crescent Mills and for his brother Clara Ives of Greenville. St Clair at Westwood. ielHiillHliOllilililliitilHldHllliillllliiDillilliBlilliHDimHi For the County Visitor... WHERE TO GO Electrical Contracting t Repairs { and f East Quincy Service f In INDIAN VALLEY Call Quincy 35, Collect Bob Cazmichael's TYPEWRITER SERVICE MURRAY Insurance Aqency GENERAL INSURANCE Offices in Cheter . ....................... Dial 4351 Greenville .......... BUtler 4-$451 Quincy ........................ Phone 331 TRASH DISPOSAL Reasonable Rates e TOM GOOD 2nd & Hudson Greenville lit I i Accounting Auditing Bookkeeping Income Tax PHILPOTT, BOSS & SEMER TOWING SERVICE Day or Ntqht Hea Adjustment Next to B & E Market in Greenville TT LET US SERVE YOU GREATER SAVINGS Grocm'l -- Mets Sporung Goods -- Care Dr Goods at Our Shopping Cotar DOUBLE-T MARKET Highway 89 in Greenville WINES, andLIQUORS Mix Fishing Equipment and Information Use our Sportsmen's Trail-Trcer Book -- reg- ister your destination for your Mends ... at RICE'S LIQUOR STORE Main Street, next to the Post Office in Chester Complete Line Fishing and Hunting Equipment Groceries Hardwm-e F.L. MILLER CO. Main Intersection -- Greenville iii lu MILLAR HAIWARE DuPon! Paln!s Electrical Housewares Plumbing Glfiware Supplies SUSANVILLE, CALIF. SIERRA JEWELERS The Store on the Corner Main and Gay Streets Gorham Sterling Nwtionslly Advertised Wtches DIAMONDS Watch Repairing - Engraving SUSANVILLE, CALIF. Oroville O GROCERIES oHARDWARE $SPORTING GOODS W.F. MORRIS & SONS GREENVILLE If you're within drfvinl distance ... YOU'LL SAVE BY SHOPPING HERE -- Where Everl Prices are Hiqhway 89 in Greenville B & E MARKET Open 7 days a wk -- 8 a.m. to 8 spray WASH in minutes TUNE UP HERE MOBIL Sport md Mobil Service Cheste Dick [i 11 i'" t DR. A. T. DIETLE DR. C. M. CHITTIM OPTOMETRISTS Slate Theatre Bldg. - 1461 Myers J. J. O'Leary REAL ESTATE Homes Ranches Acreage Lake Property Leroy Spickelmire Local Representative 24-Hour Tow Service Complete blodmnieal K & L GARAGE CHESTER C :DAR LODGE SHELL SERVIC SMORGASBORD Every Friday 6 to 10 -- $1.50 (childn und 10 -- 85) We Cater to Family Groups Lll and "Mac" McNamam, your hosts CEDAR SERVICE Service for Auto, Trailer or Boat Mobilgas  Mobilubrication Mobil Marine Products Junction of Highways 36 and 89 * PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTS {aiztgy, CalL;orn gol lqMc Philr-+t Rl FOR APPOINTMENT- 'f_ Our Everyday PHONE 779 -- If no answer, call -_-'_ -'- -''-'" :7  ........... f.s  Shelf Prices are ..... 'vuinc k.reenvllle *'none Lenox -aoza uroviue /   . 0 OTTER'S' AUTO SERVICE . .  ;, W E R The Record =L,, | PlURrI and PEUSitlNG [ .-.Our Quality" stt , G H R .nd [i-]  . 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