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CHURCH BOARD HEARS PICNIC REPORT The August meeting of the of- ficial board of the Chester Com- munity Methodist Church was held last Tuesday, with seven members attending. The church picnic was reported to have been highly successful; those present indicated they would like to hold the event again next year. Scouts Take Part In Camp Program A number of scouts from Troop 77 in Chester attended summer camp thi>" year. They were B MeColil,n,, B Winegar, J Rogers, R Dimick, B Metcalf, C Cozart, D Wellenbroek. M Garrett, P Church work was also discussed, Fleming, A Rice, J Peterson, D emphasis being given to having Shields, G Kolosick, J Andrews the four commissions meet reg- and T Miller. ularly and report each month to Skipper Metcalf was a member the board. :of the camp staff. Yolrr}l BAPTISED Myron Maurer, son of Mr and Mrs Leonard Maurer of Chester, was baptised the morning of August 29. His grandfather, the Rev Eugene Alexander, assisted by the Rev Haven Martin, offic- iated. Grandmother Ethel Alex- Sharing in leadership of the local group were Haven Martin, Bill McCollum, Frank Rice and Harold Kolosick. Many of the boys completed advancement and merit badge requirements during the week at camp. Scout meetings will be resum- ander was also present for the ted OCcasion. NEW DIRECTOR NOW AT LASSEN JR COLLEGE Dr Leonard L Pourchot, form- er assistant professor of educa- tion and field director in south- early this month. !- State College, has arrived in Sus- anville to assume his new duties as director of Lassen Junior Col- lege. He replaces Carl F Karasek who has gone to Reed]ey College to assume duties as dean of edu- Former Local Girl Will Wed Mr and Mrs Irwin T Becker of Paradise have announced the c:gagement of their daughter Marv, a:m to Robert Lowell Fair- i ice of Woodland. Mss B eker s a graduate of Greenville High School and of the University of California. She f is presently employed by the Yolo Public Health Dept in Wood- land. J ;Her fiance graduated from Woodland High School and Sac- ramento State College. Current- ly employed by the Post Office Department in Sacramento, he will join the faculty of the Es. parto Junior High School this fall. A December wedding is plan- ,ned, and the couple expect to Imake their home in the Wood- SUSANVILLE FIRM SUBMITS HIGH BID The Paul Bunyan Lumber Co cf Susanville submitted high bid for 26,700 M board feet of Lassen National Forest timber lcaled near Bogard, it was an. nounced last week. The bid was $619,495, representing rates of $42.50 for ponderosa pine and $13 for white fir. Other partici- pating bidders included the Che- ney-California Lumber Co of Greenville. 52 ARE REGISTERED FOR KINDERGARTEN A total of 52 boys and girls registered for kindergarten on op. ening day of school at Green- ville, elementary principal Jim Maruna announced. Other reg- istration by grades: I First, 47; second, 39; third, 45; fourth, 46; fifth, 40; sixth, 38. A iota] of 8 students were reg- istered on opening day for the C of C Asks Priority on 89 Project The California State Chamber of Commerce last week present. ed its annual recommendations for priority of highway projects in California to the state high- way commission in Sacramento. The recommendations for im- mediate construction in North. ern California included in Plu- mas County: "Realignment and reconstruc. tion of US Highway 40A for 13 miles between Sloat and Willow Creek. "Realignment of State Route 89 between Canyon Dam around Lake Almanor connecting with i land area. l new special education program; State Route 36, a distance of 16   more are expected. _.., ,, I  [ mJJe. M;u2d Mrs Russ York went t, Diana Kay Ayoob celebrated,th(eR2 lignmen't of a portion of o e bunaay to visit her[ her fifth birthday with a party[ _ . est, sine LaKe manor parents, Mr and Mrs LeCuyer ofheld at the Greenville picnie roam has been started this year, Los Angeles, who are visiting/grounds Saturday Aug 29. Twen-[and several miles of the new Betty's sister and family, Mr [ty eight young guests and their expressway are currently under and Mrs Russell, in Truckee. J mothers attended. / RECORD ANO PROGNII[IEISlVI[ *' GreenvIE[o Jmd Chester, Cif. Thuriay, SeptemLber 3, 19,9 , Mr and Mrs Francis Grares l have received a letter from their son Darrell, stationed in Japan, J with the Air Force, telling them of his experience during the re- cent typhoon. Darrell lost all of hzs belongings. Mrs James Battle and chil- dren spent the past week in Chico visiting Mr and Mrs Bat. tle Sr. -k Mrs Charles Lovett and daugh. ter Judy and Jerry Creason spent the week end in Oroville visiting Mr and Mrs R D Pelton Sr. Houseguests of Mr and Mrs t Warren Souders over the week end were Mr and Mrs Bill Brown and son Wayne from Bijou, Lake Tahoe. It was Monday morning and the minister came upon his wife with her hand in the coins gath- ered in the Sunday collection. "Martha, whatever are you doing?" he asked. "What do you think I'm do- ing?" she replied, annoyed. "I'm looking for a button to sew on eastern Colorado for Colorado cation construction.) your coat." :- :-L-27_-..- 7_727_-7_-2-=:2-272:--- "-=--- -=------- _ ---- ....... -------- _ ....... - .............. DON'T BE A MISSILE FLIPPER! %, !?,. ?i/ Such a little bit of carelessness can cause such a great amount of damage. Loss d life, loss d vacation lands, loss of tiak aM watersheds sa result from one dgarette thoughtlesaly flipped from ear window, or oe ix'ni matrk dropped beside the toad. During these fire hazard months, a spark d say kind can be st deadly missile. And every year, out forest atess become mo sad mo vital to the natioa's welfam So be extra carefid this year. Use your cat ash ray. Douse ?out camp- fires. Be sure all fires ate out, dead out Be sum yos doa't cause a fores fire. (Rver F year, some people do. 9 out d 10   m still msa=aused.) ONLY CAN PREVENT FOREST FIRES ! @ SPONSORED BY l--,,dlE o IN THE BEST INTERESTS OF EVERYONE 1)acSc a,r aad F/eclr/c b,,a,vy iv