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Never 3W How ' ?asted c !;b :,c, I game ecl ruek dr.ar AI- of Covina for hay. :g a 0rke "r,'lt i: - in his a, ('u'tu:e: J:e a Watson species). had ::hot the bird, it crd (lcz:cd it, and it home to cook. said he didn't know w h,..t of bird |t was, but it big one and look- H " f' 'VTO,fC /' GARBAGE DUMPING omecomlng 4ueen wox..o u,roup REPOmXD BY crr=EN I A 1,ake area citizen reported Carolyn Pnelps was crowned . . - " o ue - ri Takes New Name I to cbter sberif,'s deput,es re. l a no,mee mmg q en au g ' , "  ...... t cently that a large amount of l halftime ceremonies at the ne evening circie ox me - - - . - J e v i amc Gr "  garoage nas been oumpeo in, Chester-t] rlong ars ty g" eenvflle VSCS has been!the woods ne-r th,, r, ,in,st Saturday afternoon. She was changed to Evelyn Mercer, it i' - _ "2;. . '" Y? .... ,] crowned by Jim Webb, varsity was announcod this week. The i zoa., wereaOme- .zu large plies ux I captain, group's namesake is a mission-!trash 7vte. Greenville. Darlene Rogers was crowned as homecoming princess by Don Glines of the junior varsity team. The girls reigned over the e- vents of the annual homecom- ing ,including he dance that I eveniag. GUN-WIELDER FACES ASSAULT CHARGE Tom C. Smith, 44, of Daly City was charged with assault with a deadly weapon after be- ing disarmed and arrosted by lo- cal officers Priday night in cry in KuaLa Lumpur, Malaya; i .......... I Smith ha d threatened t o she attended college with Marl-!T_IE,,I'pED { shoot various citizens if they lyn Souders, with whom she still led to Chester sheriff's deputies t ....... corresponds, i Harold Taws of Colusa report- bothered him. Nex.t meeting of the eircle will ! that his two German shor-hir I  Visiting Mr and Mrs Bill Haw- be at 8 pm Oct 21 at the home idogs were stolen sometime Sat- of Jewel Standart. Members are iurday while he was staying at son for three days last week asked to bring children's books I the Baecala Ranch west of Chest- werefrom Mrsan.taandClara.Mrs George Moson RECORD AND PROGRESSIVE _ Greenville end Chester, Call) Thursday October 15, 1959 i I CRESCENT MILLS Mr and Mrs Bill Baker drove l to Portola Sunday to visit the S:tevenson family. Andy Steven. son Jr who now lives in Sparks was over to move some of their things over and visit with the Bakers in :the afternoon. fMr and Mrs Bob Thomas of San Lean,dro and Mr and Mrs G!lorge Healely of Oakland were week end visitors of Mr and ito send overseas -- als- *n ar-er. 'Mrs L H Walker. le after I picked it." i "* / !ticie Ior the bazaar  ,* ' Houseguests of t,he Charles ......  cluTbhew ll( "::e Van " 's  tzf Lillie . i , " "  ' . .  i , i,enGcdrdoe [ Lt;  V::! d aI!;h: YT:uf gr BMlatd i CrrV !6 tnnSd rls t he:,ar: P;eew ei i :ihS? a:2dr s2 aYsS2wku:; $25 bail. d 1 1  ad a study 'i t of and Mrs j L Hunt of Quin- 'tt-21, aTt. 130: pm ' . i ........................... ' " " " i . c . Mr Sandefur is associated wh ere visitors in Greenville muni,ty Hall in Crescent Mills. RECORD W.NT ADS PAY calf on Sun4ay. She brought her and their two children, Linda/the Dill Lumber Co Visitors always welcome. ! grandson Billy back w.lth her. 'and Thud, from Oroille. . ....... "  Helen orrn as in Oroville ;:;i]i$i]]HH]i]]];]E:::::H]:HHHHHHH last Monday on business. FFEE II II II 65c (ALL BRANDS EXCEPT SANKA and YUBAN) 40"OZ. pkg. 39c FRYERS FRESH DRESSED Ib 35 Spareribs FRLO2NEA2NT:R2E20:K Ib 35 0 0 frozen foods .. ,,, O O Lea Slate ICE CREAM gal. 73c : Pak Orange Juice 6 oz. 4/89c :; -'=". FRUIT PIES 49c en Slate Collage Cheese pint 29c Nalley's LUMBER JACK SYRUP KRAFT'S PARKAY Lady's Choice -- 20-ounce Strawberry Preserves 35e 29c 39e -- Pak CORN or PEAS 6 for $1.00 KRAFT'S DRESSINGS 3 for $1 Kraft's Cheese Spreads 2 for 49c Fruit Cocktail, 303 cans Cling Peaches, 2 cans Crush0 Pineapple. No. 2's Cut Green Beans, 303 PEAS, No. 303 cans 3/69c 3/89c 3/89c 4/89c 6/$1.00 5/89c 3/89c 8/$1.00 3/9.00 4/$1.00 )00TE 'undup Whole Kernel Corn, 303 Aslmragus, No. 300 can SLICED BEETS, 303 cans 5/$1.00 SPINACH, No. 303 cans 7/$1.00 SAUERKRAUT, 303 cans 7/$1.00 PUMPKIN, 303 cans Pineapple Juice, 46-oz. Tomato Juice, 46-oz. - Tomato Sauce, buffet 13/$1.00 . Produce'" i ., , 37 lb. ve. 7c lb. [ ruby red WINESAP APPLES box 2.49 GRAPEFRUIT 1.0c SH PICNICS Oregon "" " 'io I Radishes and "  ern2't Pork lb. 35c RII.g.gETT en, tre tu so. cele - [ GREEN ONIONS 2 Ins. 9c -- ..... -uua  [ ORANGES dozen 39(: large snow white [ Small Grade AA ,,:]H PORK BUTTS lb. 45c _ CAULIFLOWER 2c I E a a.S 4 dozen 1.00  IC:', Pride or Switt's Premium We reserve the right to limit quantities :1 t$ ACON lb. 49c SPECIALS FOR THURSDAY FRIDAY AND SATURDAY :i[l,,. GROUND BEEF 2 ,bs. 1.05 EMA T RIBS En,-lish cut lb. 45 k' , IS GREENVILLE Phone BU 4-2701 Hours 8 to 8 Dady .'rE BOILINC RI:PI: .. ,, The Store oJ Friendly Service . . . Where Your Patronage Is Appreciated Mr and Mrs William Pexillard and son Paul of Burbank visit. ed Mr and Mrs Bill Baker Wed- nesday. Mrs Perillard is the for- mer Evelyn Bates who lived in Keddie and is the Baker's niece. Mr and Mrs John Crawford spent several days in San Fran- cisco. The trip was a business one for J'ohn and pleasure for Mr Crawford. NEW CLUB DINNER DATE ANNOUNCED The Crescent Community Club turkey dinner, postponed from last Saturday because of a conflicting dat, ires been rescheduled for Saturday of this week (Oct 17), from 6 to 8 pm. 3/Iargaret DeHahn ,and Made- lyn Wixom went over to Rend Thursday. Mr and Mrs J Kemp went to Susanville Friday. Phyllis Nye .a,nd daughter Sharon accompanied by Mrs Plu- mie Nye and Pete Viveav,a drove Rend Friday. They pi(ed Bill Nye up at Sloa.t. Mrs Nye had her east removed a'nd will be on crutches until the leg is stronger. Jay Haker and sons Gordon and Steve came over last week e,nd from Anderson to hun,t and to visit his mother, Rosa Haker. Red and Eleanor Logan stop- ped by to visit her mother, Cor- enne Sor>li Sunday afternoon. Louisa Tanner underwent sur. gery Friday in the Mercy Hos. piVal in Sacramen'to. At this time nothing is known as to her con. dition. Mr and Mrs Ed Terry Jr and sen and brother.in-law Frank Board cf Sacramento spent he week end with the Ed Terry !Srs. Mr and Mrs Ed Stevens and two dauhters of Loyalton vis- ited the Sam Kingdon Srs Sun- day. Rosmary Milton and caught- er Nelda anad mother Nancy St ampfli made a business trip to Quincy Monday morning. Greenville Locals * Reverend and Mrs C C North re:turned Saturday from a three month trip to South Dakota. While there they visited their so,n, Reverend Pete North of t!vron, and their daughter, Mrs Wesley Reichel of Mtehell. They al. did mis:sionary work among the American Indians. " Visiting Mr and Mrs Mike Ay- oob Jr Sa, turday were Echo's , brothers, Merlin French from Susanville and Darrell French and dau,ghter from Litehfield. Sunday they attended t,he hydro- boat races at Pyramid Lake ,and took Bobby Stampfli with them. VISIT AUXILIARY Banche Tripp, 19th district presiden.t, made her official vls- it to the Quincy VFW auxiliary on Oct 2. Other dirict officers accompanying ,her were Mary Nichols. jr vice-presiden,t and deputy chief of staff; Em41y Dwyer, secretary, and Eileen Wyrick, historian. H o n o r e d guests were Meta Erbeck, aux- iliary dept president: H R Rain. wa,ter, dept commander of the Y r 1%., ; Albert Fleming, executive officer, and Howard Buxris, 19th district commander; Dr D V Tripp and Charles Wyrick of Chester. ,*  Chester Elmer Elam, Ronnie Nowell and Billy Upton of Feather Falls spent the week end wit Mr and Mrs Johnn,ie tit]ton and daught. ers. Mr .and Mrs Ed Newton and tardily of Half 1Voon Bay spent the week end witch Mr and Mrs Norman McIrtire and sons. Di. ana Newton also visited Della i and An.no Reid. Addle Winget of Westwood spent Thursday night and Fri. day with Mr and Mrs Jim Pll. grim and family. Mrs Winget i ls Mrs Pilgrim's mother.