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I Cub Leaders Meet, Plan Projects for Coming Year The annual a&amp;ult leaders' by Mr and Mrs Glendale Met- phtnning conference and month-ea,lf. Plumas Deer Kill Reduced The hunting season just clos- RECORD A.O PROGRESSIVE Greenville and Cheater, Calif. Thursday, November 5, 1959 Brief Put on File In Abernethy Case Greenville Locals Mr and Mrs James Battle Sr of Chaco were week end gaaests of Mr and Mrs James Battle Jr. Mr and Mrs Mike Ayoob Jr and daughter went to Secret ,Valley over the week end. ly adult leaders' meeting for Chester Cub Scout Pack 377 was held last Thursday at the home of Kenneth Kaber. Plans for the coming year were discus.-sed. Wednesday). jt Monthly themes, commi,ltee i ehairmen include: December--"Do Your 00st.,,IMon Gee Sues for Mrs 00arolyn Bro00k; S00ent- Money Claimed Due January  "Cub Scout . [ Chester will host the Lassen- ed saw an iocrease in the num- Almanor district round table to ber of deer taken in Modoc and" A 12-page brief was filed in t'X Mr and Mrs Cy Bowers had t- held at the local elementary Lassen cmnties, where veral Superior Court Tuesday of this ldinner Sunday with Cecil and sch(:ml on Noverber 11 {next'doe kills were hold in recent week in the ease against W C i Bea White. )'ears, x'hereas in Ptumas Coun- Abernethy. Plumas County Staer- only one doe kill was held, in 1956, the number of deer tak- en was slightly down. At the same time observers tend to agree there are fewer deer in the forests than there if(, who was arrested last March 19 for' not having truck licenses on his small vehicle in which he was transporting material for his own use. Abernethy deeided to make a test ease out of it. "* Mr and Mrs Sam Rohebecker from Wilson are living at the Wolf Creek Roams. COUNCIL MEETING SET There will be the Scout Council meeting 1r Nov 7 and any desiring or able to ed to call Mrs Fern Cramer, or Mrs Regina Lambert There will be a 10 am bUZZ. sion, luncheon and meeting. Supervisors' S Proceeding Miss Pat Hees from Reno was TIlE I'LUMAS C0 U NR'Y the guest of Mr and Mrs Gaekle SUPERVISORS met in ,-egula: over the week end. 'on November 2, 1959. with is's/' Mrs Jean Brooks; I February. -- "Golden Jubilee,"i Claiming the defendants a. Kenneth Kaber; . i greed to purchase and pay for March "My Home Stale," mrs I t.he Mt Lauen Club of Chester, Markeeta Me,calf; i Mon Gee this week filed sui,t April -- "Showboat," All den it n Superior Court in Quiaacy a- mothers; I gainst Louis A Madsen and A1- ay -- "The Great Lakes," Mrs Mary Lemm; ima M. Madsen. Phe plaintiff savs the defendants have de- June -- "Cub Scout Olympics,"l faulted in their payments in the Carroll Dill; July -- "Oub Scul Jubilee,"iamunt of $1,595.35 on the prin. cipal and $90.52 interest. He Jack Waddell; August -- "Akela's Council," asks judgment in these amounts ' att rneys fee plus Mrs Zell Godsey. i I)lUs $,350 o ' Other annual evems discussed cc'urt costs.  were the Pinewood Derby, the Blue and Gold Banquet, BoytMASSON NAMED CHAIRMAN Scout Week and the pack's win-io F FOREST FORUM GROUP dove display for Boy Scout Week. The year 1960 marks the 50th/ John Masson. of Collins Pine anniversary of the BSA and ICe in Chester, was named as many activities are being plann- new chairman of the Lasson-A1- ed 0t local, district a,nd nation- manor Forest Forum during last al levels, week's meeting. He succeeds Attending the conference were Leslie Bodine. Vice-chairman is were a few 5'ears ago. b b k I)ers heing ;)resent. A fair by Paul Kehrer of Quincy, state game warden, in a talk before the Quincy Rotary Club Mon- day -- indicating tha,t the argu- ment between proponents and opponents of the controlled ant- lerle deer shoots is still far from resolved. As regards Plu- mas Couraly's single doe kill, Kehrere expressed the personal opin,ion that "It ddn't hurt one single bit." Throughout California as a whole. Kehrer said, the deer kill showed an increase this year over last year and over the av- erage of the past five years. He said as the law now stands Tile brief was prepared in the[ , the i,roceedin< follos: The last two winters have office of the sta}e attorney gen- [__  ,,,,,,,.i,t,,, fro,,, ,h,. been mild, which would tend oral and bears the name of the,00.00g ..6 ..;t Ell i inu ('ll;lptt,r it pp,ll l*(,lt before to increase the deer' herd, and ta,ttorney general as well as that] C we zer m ,,, ,,,,, ,,,.,, Hill I  loller frOlll *rorrlS l'reidt,nt of tilt. l)ltllll:ls the number of hunters has in- of lhe Plumas County district l _.__" _. D|  ter was v,.a,1 relative to the crea-'d' attorney, onowmg Hanneu ., :,.,, ,-.,,...., ,,, These slatements were made  Plumas, Sierra and illg ;I t'(ll111 t )" lllillell(}Kisi I The Academy As, ward winning The l*o,m took n.. ,,,,,,t,.,' Thank gi i g Sh filmshown"Albertat PlumasSChweitzer"Thea,treWill beini .d,,ra,, .... s v n oct o..r ,), .,., to sell to PIIIJIllts ('OIIItty Regular meeting of ,.he Plu- Greenville on Nov 8th at 2 and i,,,,-,, f,,r ,',,:.l ii,, of mas Bowmen was held Monday 7:30 pm and on Nov 9 at 7:30 , """", :,,ilt;" ....... i.,:,....t'me f,.. ,h,.t,,. ...... evening at the Pioneer School pm. 1,,<,- to proceed with (o,rnmllni V ('eedin ;Is soon a uith president Dale Delaney pre- The Greenville ........ ::'-a \\;,','ept,.d into lh- {',runty siding. Mrs Helen Sharp and Mol.hOdis| Church is eonttuetmgH,,. ,.t,.,,q,,,, ,,e i, Mrs Mac Stortz reported on the advance ticket sales, proceeds wm.\\;l,provedlli':hland,th,, SuhdiviqOnunn).x :,It. Cascade mecling. Plans were  Io support a missionary proj- division. made for the Thanksgiving tur- trot in Africa. l S. Miles. I)istric: of 'Z w s, Distrit.t I1 '/" the Board the proposed key shoot Sunday, Nov g and I I,,,,t.s ;It; and 4CA. The two 14 targets instead of the ,. MANY VISIT LERWELLS vu,re*l with the- 1,r,qmsen \\;rcepted lhe hid of I "'" I DURING OPEN HOUSE S:,h.s for t -19m) For,I pi( Members attending were Dale for thv Office of th,, Farm About 70 friends cMled on Mr tl,, toal bia p,.i,,(, of .,t. Delaney and Derrick, Warneth and Mrs Meta LerweH of Chest- Aulhoriz,.d the Chairman iVHtehell. Louis Thomas and Son- t,, sign the Lease between ny. Mr and Mrs Bud Sidener er at their open house last Fri- ,,r ph,,,,a...,,d the Quincy day evening. The Lerwells just Cuba'naster Glendale Metcalf, Norman F Nicholson of Susan. the board of supervisors has the Dale and Kern. Mr and Mrs Ed recently moved into their new certain.," e Carroll Dill and ville, and treasurer, is Charles t au,thority to veto a proposed ant- Stortz and farnMy Mr and Mrs home. Kenneth Kaber, Den Me?risers Lewas of Susanv|lle. The new[lerless deer kill, and infaimated Elmer Sarp, Mr Jack Crabtree. Refreshments were served .'to Markeeta Metealf, Margaret program committee members are/,.ha t subject to this regulation There will b a practice beaver those calling on the couple and Rice, Jean Brooks, Carolyn Brock, Dan t(ott of Chester, Mike Myers I more doe kil,ls probably will be shoot SaVurday Nov 7 at 1 pm visit,ing also wi,th their son Bob : IJoar I)tll, Zell Godsey, Mary ot mineral. Stanley Nagler Ofordered in Plumas County in with Mrs Jean Sidener in charge, of Santa Ann, their houseguest Lemm, Marcella Kaber and in- Green.wne and Dan Jcchaason or[futur e years, for a week. ufional represen,tative Dick Susanville. / 1 Kehrer said he had received treatmertt of Spanish and Green- no oral as to whether the pro- horn creeks was largely suc- Vl ed Refreshments were pro "d A m$ther tting a pychi - posed treatment of the North cessful, he sad& although "We I ,fist w- deeply nnal a- Fork and its tributaries will be now know it not eradicated AMOS DAUGHTER BORN Mr and Mrs Gerald Dean Am- os of Westwood a,re parents of an 8-pu:nd, 4-ounce daughter (no name yet chosen) born at 4:21 am November 1 at Seneca Hospital in Chester. bout her son's belmvlor. "I don't think you have to be concerned because he makes mud pies." s4xid the doc- tor thoughtfully. "I don't think so either, said the mother. "and neither does his wife." carried out. The experimental all the rough fish." The precedi,ng Thursday the LerwelLs drove to Lake Tahoe to visit their daughter ,and fam- ily, Mr and Mrs David Miller and trio,. Granted the oetition (,f th or, and directed the eel tile ;tssesslnellI of and 011 prop{*r t y as llo ;Yrl ill .346. No. 5412, Value 5890, 3.59, Amount $211.45. A loiter from the Plumas ning Con,mission r t.'.ad the American House which was not accepted bY ning Commission. Adjourned at, 5:00 P.M., gain in regular session 7. 1959, at 10:00 A.M., I)Ses E. J. HUMPHRE' ATTEST: LOIS KEItR.ER Nov 5, 1959 TAYLORSVILLE Mr and Mrs W:a,tter (Buddy) Ix)uis McCl.ary returned to his Taresh of Sacramento are the I Los Angeles home the first of proud parents of a baby boy, l the week after being called here Kevin Ray, who arrived on No-Iw, wn his mother Mrs Beryl vember 2. and weighed 5 pounds, Ames pass.:l away. Louis was on h arrfval. He h;as one sis- a houseguest of Mr and Mrs er. Tami Ann. Proud grandpar-Frank Housei and daughter. enls are Mrs Wilma Hoekenson  Mrs Dorothy Warren and three of Quincy and Mr and Mrs L children of Grays Float spent Fri -, W Tarh of Taylorsville. MrS lday until Sunday here with her  ttoekenson went down Thursday father. Winnie Taresh and Kar. to be with her daughter and en, while Floyd was deer hunt- Mrs Goldie Taresh left on the ing. bus Sai,urday for Saeramento to Warren McC.utetleon has re- spend the week wi,th her son turned to his El Paso. Texas, and family, home after spendin,g 10 d, ays Mr and Mrs Merle Wolfe of here wih his mother, Mrs icie Petaluma spent the week end Quigley. Mr and Mrs Dell Me- here as guests of Mrs Edna Fish- (?utch(mn have returned to their er. Traey, Californ'ia home. They Going to bassen Counly ,o drove their mother Mrs Quigley deer hunt on closing day were ]o Los Gates Friday where she Fay SmiVh. Loren Kingdon, Lar-l entered a rest home. tter address ry Stephenson, Leon Steen and is: Mrs Ieie Quigley, Spotswood James Jenner of Greenville. Memorial Sanitarium. 16412 San- Mrs Homer Pugh of Oroville, tat Jose, Los Gates Road. Los and daughter Mrs Marie Av21a[Gatos. California. Mrs Helen of Portola spent Tuesday nght I Beach who also was here. ac- with Mrs Ruth Clary and vis- eompanied ber mother to Los itlng other friends: also visi,t. Gaos and ret.urned to her Culler - tng an Crescent Mills. line home. ;- Bill and Carli Young return- Week end guests at the home ed to their San Francisco home] of Mr and Mrs Bill Young and on Tuesday, after having spent':eb:ildre n were: Helga's brother, some time here, Carl Hansen. Kenny Altenruther. Mr and Mrs W D McIn,turH and Ernie Altenru,ther el Pc, a- of Erwin, Tenn, and hs brather tuma and Bill Hanson of Santa and sister-in-law. Mr and Mrs Rosa. They spem the lust week George McInturff of QttineY, lend of deer season with no luck. spent last Wednesday visi,tlng The men all enjoyed dirmer at the ladies' niece Mrs Harold ] Canyon Dam Saturday night. Loosley. Mrs John Hardgrave spent Miss Bonnie Stead and Clar-Sunday in Greenville with her Men ence Smdth of Reno left " sister, Mrs Raehel Kelly. day after spending three daYS llen E\\;'eland and daughter here with Bonnie's mother, Mrs Mrs Carol Klngdon and baby Rth Stead and family. Reed spent the week end in CIr. Driing new cars are Bill ,9o- co Mrs Eve,and. brero who has a white coupe and Mrs lth Stead who has Ralph Hanson caught the bus a green and whdte pick.up, Saturday for San Francisco, Otaree Dilts and favaily w'ho where he will spend a few dy. Mrs llanson and children were spent,:Thursday until Sunday in down from Red ROck LeVeret Greenville with his parents spen ,- Sturday and Sunday deer hunt-[fc, r .the week end. ing wlch BtIfl Downey. Steven John McLain of San Rafael Dil;ts spert the week end with spent the last week end of deer Dale W:ilkiams. The Dills home hurrflng here with Aide Sorsoli is t Pale Oso. Calif. and John Sbrero. He was a Mrs Carol Kingdon and ba- hoseguest of Marie and Aide by and Mrs Ruth Clary spem m, mti. Tuesday afternoan visiting old Mrs CaN Paulsen and children friends in Crescent Mills. drew , Marysvidle Friday to Mrs l..,on Steen and daughter mee her mther. Mrs Etta Lew- Starla of Oroville visited friends is who ires been visiting rela- here until Wednesday, when ives in Washington. they received word of the death Mr and Mrs Wes Houset and in t,he family and had to return :.n Sreven entertained at a faro- home. Mr and Mrs Stcen re lurn- ily dinner Saturday night for cd here Thursday arrd spent two Mr and Mrs Art Housel and son days with Mr ad Mrs D)ren or (;teeny:Ale Mr and Mrs Frank Kingdon. ret.urnin to Orovil]e It usei and Marla and Mr and Saturday for":lhe funeral servic- 5h' C, et)rge ('cats alld sons. e. ; buck Wilson and daughtei Mr and Mrs Raliegh Moore Mrs Del:res Ridge and sons Dus. have returned frrm a 10-day Y and Sandy left Friday to go vacation,og to Sou Dat, to Man,ton to spend the week ta to tt yes They return, end deer hunting and visifing ed to their Genesee home last Chuck'$ mother, Mrs Earl Nor, wnea00s by the Thousands A TRIBUTE TO OUR 4182 SHAREHOLDERS PICTURED is a cross-section of the types of people who own the California-Pacific Utilities Company. Their savings (along with investments from 17 insurance companies* and one pe n - sion fund)* have been channeled into the working-capital structure of this enterprise. 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