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THE INDIAN VALLEY RECORD LI J "ROIPdD INDIAN VALLEY Mr. and Mrs, John Foreythe and Pamily left last week for Still- water, Okla., where they will make their future home. Mrs. {gorsythe has been serving on the elementary school facutly here. Mr. and Mrs. Tom ,Seymour are both reported to have recover- ed from recent attacks of the 'flu ,With which they have been con- Ch, ned for several days. Mrs. Eva Cumins left on Mon- day for Los Angeles due to the serious illness of her sister. She Expects to be gone for some weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Lionel Wixom are both reported to be in the hos- @ital suffering with the current epidemic of influenza, and Miss etty Vick is reported to have aken to her bed for the some reason. Dr. W. C. Batson has recover- ed from his recent illness and is ack at work nursing others to health again. Mike Ayoob is able to be out now and then after spending four weeks in bed. Mrs. Bertha Batson is now re- ported to be confined due to an attack of the 'flu. Michael Marchese was home from the Hamilton .AAr Base over the weekend. Mrs. Etry Morgan of Eugene, Oregon was a guest at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Don Peck last meek. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Giesick were business callers in San Francisco last week. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Stevenson of Meadow Valley visited friends in town Sunday. Mrs. Freddie Zunino and child- ren spent a few days visiting in ISusanvllle last week. Leo Vanderhoven makes his re- gular trips for dairy products which he delivers in Oakland Leo and family now reside in Para- dise.  OF ON TO ENGAGE IN THE SALE OF ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES March 5, 1951 WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Ng)tice is hereby given that 15 dgys after the date posted, the mderstgned proposes to sell alco- holic beverages at these premises, described as follows: 1 mi South of Greenville via ,ound Valley Lake Rd- Greenville Pursuant to such lntentlon, the tmdersined is applying to the lte Board of E(]ualizatien for issuance on original application of an alcoholic beverage license 0r these premises as follows: ON SALE G]NERAL SEASONAL - QUARTERLY Anyone desirin to prOtest the nce of such license may file a ,erified protest with the State Board of Equalization at Sacramento, California, stating grounds fr denial as @rovided by law. The" premises are not now licensed for the sale of alcoholic beverages. M. J. and MARGARET .HAMMOND NOTICE OF NON-RESPONSIBILITY Greenville, Calif. March 7, 1951 1Wotice is hereby given to all whom it may concern, that on and after the above date, I will not be responsible for any debts or obligations contracted :by anyone other than myself. Estella Bar,ears. NOTICE TO CO-OWNERS OF MINE TO CONTRIBUTE To R. R. Lowe, Clifford O. Lows. end Hazel A. Berg, their heirs, ex- ecutors/admintstrators or asslgns: YOU ARE HEREBY N at the undersigned has expended Thousand and no/Z00 ($2,OO0) lars in labor and improvements upon the Klondike Mine, consisting 03 20 quartz claims, all on reeora Kt the Office of the County Record- er or Plumas County, California, in order to hold said mining claims. under theprovisions of: Section 2824, Hvtsed Statutes of:the Unlted States, being the amount required to hold the same for the year end. |ng July 1st, 1950. If, within ninety (90 days after the service of this notice on you, you fail or refuse to contribute your respective propor- tion of such expenditure, as co- ers, your respective interest become the property of the said subscriber under the prOvi- sions of said Section 2324, You are hereby notified to pay your said proportion of said expen- diture to Gust Johnson, P. O. Box 65, Tayiorsville, California, The names of said mining elalras and the Book and Page of the re- cordation thereof inthe office of the Recorder )f Plumas County, California are as follows: IUondike No. 1, Vol. 17,. Page 89; Ilondike No. 2, Vol. 17, Page 89; Klondike No. 3, Vol. 19, Page 148 londike No. 4, Vol. 19, Page 14 Klondike No, 5, Vol. 20, Pae 14C Kettle Rock No. 1, Vol. 17, g. 88; Kettle Rock No. 2, Vol. 17, Pg. 88; Kettle Rock No, 3, VoL 17, Pg. 278 ,ettle Rock No. 5, Vol. 17, _P. 27g Kettle Rock No. 6, VoL 17, Pg. 279 ettle Rock No. 7, Vol, 18, Pg. 344 ettle Rock No: 8, VoL 18, Pg'. Kettle ock No. 9, Vol. 18, Pg. 346 Kettle ock No. 10, Vol 18 Pg 3_ Kettle Rock No. 11, Vol 18 P 847 Kettle Rock No. 12, Vol 18 P 348 Kettle Rosk No, 13, Vol I8"P 406 Kettle Rock No. 14, VoI 18 P 405 Etolden Rule No. 1, Vol I?P 277 Golden Rule No. 2, Vol 17 P 277 Dated: January 29, 1951. GTJST IOHISON Klondike Mine, California THURSDAY, MARCH 8, 1951 GIRL SCOUT NEWS The Senior Girl Scouts became Senior Service Scouts at a small ceremony held at the party the gave for the Girl Scouts birthday7 M?STFRY PROGRAM IS WELL 00.ECE!00E00 AT NATIONAL FOREST GRANGE MEETING TIMBER FOR At the regular meeting of Indian The Girl Scout organization Valley Grange March 6. the lec- will .be thirty-nine years old the ture hour was opened with presen- 12th of March and all the girls are proud to say that they are members of the Girl Scouts. The party was held last Friday after school at the Legion Hall. Those who attended were: Committee Inembers -- Mrs. lIary Mclntyre. Mrs. Evelyn Hall, Mrs. Mary Wells. Girl Scout Leaders--Mrs. Emma Norberg, Mrs. Mary Comstock and Mrs, Bruce Bidwell. Girl Scouts attending were Pat- ricia Golay, Patricia Bettinger, Gaylene Deal. Carpi Norberg, Elizabeth Comstock, Judith Fer- tel, Dorothy Shafer, Janice Ware, Mary Thurman, Barbara Hall, Nancy Brooke, Judy Montoya, Jaekie Woodmansee, Patricia Nor- cum, Clarita Wright, Hazel Mc- Intyre, Marcha . Burton. Helen Wright, Augustine Fogleman, Francis Sabala, Diane Fisher, Mary Kay Fuller, Mary Alice Bid- well, Mollie Scott and Alice Sha- fer. Alice sharer, Girl Scout Re- porter. Mrs. McMillan also visited Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Bayes in Angels Camp. The Bayes, old-time resi- dents of Greenville, are both well and send regards to all friends here. On her way home Myrtle McMillan stopped in Jamestown to see Mr. and Mrs. Eugele Mar- leys. They had been involved in a serious auto accident near Ci- co the previous Saturday, but want their friends to know that, though the new Buick is a total wreck, they were only brulsed and shaken. DR. JACK A. ELFANT OPTOMETRIST 156 Jackson St, Quincy - 1.351W (Opposite Industrial Hospitall Eyes Examined Glasses Fitted BROKEN LtNS' DUPLICATED CONTACT LENSES PRESCRIPTION SUN GLASSES tation of birthday gifts to Mrs. Wm. Fuller and H. S. Hannon. Jim Bogne was called on to re- ceive an award, but was absent The "mystery" program con- sisted of: Reading by Charlotte Hannon: the "Two Black Crows," Classified Advertising rates, effec- tive Jan. 1, 1951--First time pub, lished, 15 cents per line (5 words), 10 cents per line thereafterthrze times for price of two when paid before publication. Minimum, 75o. Public Notices: Card of Thanks $1 ; Sale Notices $7.50; Notice of Non- Responsibility, three times for $4. Suimerlbe to Your Morea-town Paperl FOR PNT---4-room house, furn- ished; on Gregory Ranch near Crescent Mills. Inquire at ranch or phone Crescent 2-M-4. 52p FOR RENT- 2-bedroom. unfurn- ished house on Standart Mine road --Phone Mrs. Jim Youngman, at Greenville 32-M-2. 52-3c FOR SADE--rm house on large lot in Landon Add. ALSO unfin- ished 9-rm. house on 80xl00 ft lot in Taylorsville. L.C. Fisher Greenville. 52p FOR Apartment-size bot- tled gas stove. $50. See Mr. Rob- bins at kyoob'a Store. -3t FR SALE CHEAP  [sed add. ing machine; in working order; only $25. Record Offlce. x LOT FOR S ALE with large con- crete-block garage; very reason- ably priced; wonderful location Geno Duv,l!, Box 205, phone 74M2 Greenville. 53p unfurn.. C. J. Frederickson. Green- llle. Or call at Record office 80If and accessories, stringal reeds, mutes, harmonicas, etc, for LESS! Out of the 'tfh rent" are -- Write for mail order ptc (oP- erators taka noteD. Big Stock.-- Jerry's (at the "Radios" sign) No. Main St., Greenville (Pumas Co.) Calif. P. O. Box 22. Agents for 8awyer's Vtewrnagtere) 48-tfc ALTERATIONB- BUTTONholes DRESSMAKING - TAILORING MRS JIMMY SMITH Plvone Greenville 31-M-5 (49p) H FOR OMES - RANCHES . RE,SORTS LOTS AND ACREAGE SEE OR CALL HELEN HOLLENBECK Realtor - Quincy Phone 301-W Leonhardt Bldg. CONCRETE IRRIGATION PIPE SEE THE SUPERIOR PIPE CO. 2440 Park Ave, Ch|oo, Calif. 10-M (Morton Creek Sealed bids will be received by the Forest Supervisor. U. S. Forest Service. Quincy, California, up to and including 2:00 p. m., April 9, 1951. for all the live timber mark- ed or designated for cutting and all merchuntable dead timber located on an area embracing phono-prcsented by Lena Defanti about 597 acres within Sections and a guessing game that was a 3 and 4. T. 27 N.. R. 11 E.. and lot of fun, directed by J. Saffell. Sections 33 and 34. T. 28 N., R. Recitations included an amusing 11 E., M. D. M., Plumas National number by Lou Price. "Casey at the Bat." by Jim Young, "The Guy and the Glass," by Mark Herring; followed by a match- box relay conducted .by Justine Deal ani Edna .Rhinehart. Final Forest. California. estimated to be approximately 3,970 M feet b. m., more or less of .ponderosa pine, sugar pine, white fir, douglas fir and incense cedar. Bids in excess of maximum per- number was Cnarles .Edmondson's missible rates established in con- showing of "Smoke Jumpers," a formity with ceiling price regu- conservation film showing modern modes of forest fire fighting, The traveling prize went to Jim Defanti. Supper followed the close of the meeting. --Wm. Fuller, lecturer. Jack Boyd of Quincy was a visitor in town this week. The Dolphins are now visiting in Ch.ico and plan to stay until goQd logging weather. Indian Valley Po! No. 568 AMERICAN LEGION AUXK.A?IY MEETS SECOND MONDAY OF IACH MONTH AT 7:3(] o.m Veterans and service men welcome =*,=IIIIi.IIII**II*I**I,III.I,I**,SZISII*Z,III..IIIUI= INDIAN VALLEY GRANGE N'o. 439 Meets First and Third Tucsoay o Each Month, 8 p.m. - Taylorsville H. S. HANNON, Master Elsie Ann Hannon, Sec'y D. R. Strong, Hall Mgr. SINCERITY LODGE No. 132, F. & A. M. Meets 2nd Friday each month, II p. Visiting Brother= Welomel Ernest Waiters, W.M. Herbert Holt, Secretary $t41t II1#$111g118# 81lllllllol I1106 t tll$110tlltlllellllllllSllll LUMBER & SAWMILL WORgERS UT/ION - AFL Local o. 2647 Meets first Sunday of each mont2 at 11 a.m. in Old Library Hall REENVILLE -:. CALIFORNIA JOE PALAZZl, president ROBERT GI ESICK, BUS. Agent and Secy..TPeas GREENVILLE I.O.O.F. LODGE No. 252 Meets Ist and 3rd Saturdays- 8 p.m. - at Oddfellows Hall, Greenville, California CHAS. WALTERS, N.G. ELMORE HUNT, Sec'y l$1tlll$11llllllll III I.ll)tll IIIl,lll Ill ill i lld #  IH  m, HIIHI I   NATIVE SONS o| the Golden West PLUMAS PARLOR NO. 228 Taylovllle, Cal. Meets 2nd & 4th TussdaYs, 8 p. m. St. Anthony Catholic: Father J. J. Corooran, pastor; Sunday Mass 10:45 a, m., Quincy 9:00 a. m. Lenten devotions every Friday evening, 7:30. Ending Friday, March 23. Stations of the Cross Sermon Blessings of the People Atemby of God: Rev. Don North, pastor; S. . 9:45 a. m., Service 11:00 a. m., Service 7:30 p.m. Sunday. Wednesday Youth Meeting at 7:30 p.m. lation will be reduced to such maximum permissible rate. Such permissible rate will be announced as soon as determined and in event it is not poss.ible to make such determination before bidding date, such date will be postponed. The appraised value of the timber, according to long-term normal market and operating con- ditions is $16 10 per M feet b. m. for ponderosa pine, $20.25 per feet b. m. for sugar pine, $4.55 per M feet b. m. for white fir. $6.70 per M feet b. m. for douglas fir, and $4.55 per M feet b. m. for incense cedar. No bid will be considered which is less than these rates as a base rate applicable through the entire period of the sale agreement, plus an additional amount of at least $16.05 per M feet b. m. for ponderosa pine, $20.- 25 per M feet b. m. for sugar pine, $4.50 per M feet b. m. for white fir, $6.65 per M feet b. m. for douglas fir, and $4.50 per M feet b. m. for incense cedar, which additional amounts shall be sub-, ject to quarterly calendar adjust- ments upward or downward b) 0.4 of the difference between the base index determined as set forth below and the average of the Western Pine Association lumber price indexes as calculated by the Forest Service at the end of each quarter. 'Such adjustment in the additional amounts for stumpage shall be applicable to timber cut and scaled during the calendar quarter for which the adjustment is computed. In no event, however. shall the adjusted stumpage rates for each quarter be less than the basic appraised rates as first stat- ed bove. The base index for this sale is the arithmetic average of the Western Pine Association lum- ber price indexes for the months of October, November, and Dec- ember. 1950. In addition the pur- chaser will be required to make deposits for reforestation and other silvicultural work on this sale area at the rate of $0.85 per M feet b. m. for all merchantable material scaled and to make de- posits to cover the cost to the United States for hazard reduction work at the rate of $0.15 per M feet b. m. merchantmble scale all specs. $10,000.00 must accom- pany 'each. bid to be applied on the purchase price, refunded, or retained in part as liquidated damages according to conditions of sale, The right to reject any and all bids reserved. Before bids are submitted full information concerning the timber, the condi- tions of sale, and the submission of bids should be obtained from the Forest Supervisor, Quincy, California, or the District Ranger, Greenville, California. The timber sale agreement will contain a pro- vision for conveying to the United States certain right-of-way across private land. (March 8, 22, 1951) NAHONAL FOREST TIMBER FOR SALE (Davis Creek Extension) Sealed bids will be received by the Forest Supervisor, U. S. Forest .Service, Quincy, California, up to and including 2:00 p. m., April 13, 1951, for all the live timber mark- ed or designated for cutting and all merchantable dead timber located on an area embracing Lutheran Church: Second and about 600 acres within Sections Fourth Sunday of each month, 2:30 ,2, 11, 12 and 14, .2". 26N., R, liE., p. m, at Assembly of God Church. MI)M, Plumas National Forest, Community Church- Greenville: California, estimated o be ap- S. S. 9:45 a. m., Service 11:00 a, m. Taylorsvllle: 10:OO a, m, Crescent Mills: 9100 a. m. Felowshlp Din- ner at Greenville first Thursday of each month, 7 p. m. Seventh Day Adventist= Elder Darrell Kenny, pastor; Sabbath School 9=30 am. Service 11 am on Saturday. Wednesday at 7:0 p.m. Christian Science so|ety, Quin- Sunday 11:00 first p.m. proximately 6,920 M feet b. m., more or less of ,ponderosa pine, sugar pine, white fir, douglas fir and incense cedar. Bids in excess of maximum per- mlssible rates established in con- fornty with ceiling price regu- lation will be reduced to such maximum permissible rate. Such permissible rate will be announced as soon as determined and in event it is not possible to make such determination before bidding date, such date will be postponed. The such date will be postponed. The appraised value of the imber, according to lpng-term normal market and Operat- ing conditions is $16.70 per I M feet b. m. for ponderosa .pine, ] $20.25 per M feet b. m. for sugar pine. $4.80 per M feet b. m. for white fir, $6.95 per M feet b. m. for douglas fir, and $4.80 per M feet b. m. for incense cedar, No bid will be considered which is less than these rates as a base rate applicable through the entire period of the sale agreement, plus an additional amount of at least $16.70 per M feet b. m. for pon- derosa pine. $20.20 per M feet b. m. for sugar pine, $4.80 per M feet b. m. for white fir, $6.95 per M feet b. m. for douglas fir. and $4.80 per M feet b. m. for incense cedar, which additional amounts shall be subject to quarterly cal- endar adjustments upward or downward by 0.4 of the difference between the base index determin- ed as set forth below and the average of the Western Pine As- sociation lumber price indexes as calculated by the Forest Service at the end of each quarter. Such adjustments in the additional amounts for stumpage shall be applicable to timber cut and scal- ed during the calendar quarter for which the adjustment is computed. In no event, however, shall the ad- justed stumpage rates for each quarter be less than the basic ap- praised rates as first stated above. The base index for this sale is the arithmetic average of the Western Pine Associati.on lum- ber price indexes for the months of October. November and Decem- ber. 1950. In addition the pur- chaser will be required to make deposits for reforestation and other silvicultural work on this sale area at the rate of $0.40 per M feet b. m. for all merchantable material scaled, and to make de- posits to cover the cost to the United States for hazard reduction work at the rate of $0.15 per M feet b. m. merchantable scale all species. $10,000.00 must accom- pany each bid to be applied on the purchase price, refund, or re- tained in part as liquidated dam- ages according to conditions of sale. The right to reject any and all bids reserved. Before bids are sub- mitted, full information concern- ing the timber, the conditions of sale. and the submission of bids should be obtained from the Forest Supervisor, Quincy, Califor- nia. or the District Ranger. Green- ville. California. The timber sale agreement will contain a provis- ion for conveying to the United States certain rights-of-way across private land. (March 8, 22, 1951) NATIONAL FOREST TIMBER FOR SALE (Lower China Grade) Sealed bids will be received by the Forest Supervisor, U. S. For- est Service. Quincy, California, up to and including 2:00 p. m. April 16, 1951, for all the live timber marked or designated for cutting and all merchantable dead timber located on an area embracing about 486 acres within Sections 2. 3, 10. 11 and 15, T. 25 N., R. 10 E. M. "D. M., Plumas National Forest. California, estimated to be approximately 5,640 M feet b. m., more or less, of ponderosa pine, sugar pine, white fir, douglas fir and incense cedar. Bids in excess of maximum per- missible rates established in con- formity with ceiling price regu- lation will be reduced to such maximum permissible rate. Such permissible rate will ,be announced as soon as determined and in event it is not possible to make such determination before bidding date, such date will be postponed. The appraised value of th timber according to long-term norma: market and operating con- ditions is $17.70 per M feet b. m. for ponderosa pine, $20.50 per M feet b. m. for sugar pine, 5.15 per M feet b. m. for white fir, $7.30 per M feet b. m. for douglas fir, and $5.15 per M feet b. m, for in- cense cedar. No bid will be con- sidered which is less than these rates as a base rate applicable through the entire period of the sale agreement, plus an additoinal amount of' at least $17.65 per M feet b. m. for ponderosa pine, $20.- 45 per M feet b. m. for sugar pine, $5.10 per M fet b. m. for white fir, $7.25 per M feet b. m. for douglas fir and $5.10 per M feet b. m. for incense cedar, which ad- ditional amounts shall be subject to quarterly calendar adjustments upward or downward by 0.4 of the defference between the base index determined as set forth below and the average of the Western Pine Association lumber price indexes as calculated by the Forest Serv- ice at the end of each quarter. Such adjustments in the additional amounts for stumpage shall be applicable to timber cut and scal- ed during the calendar quarter for which the adjustment is computed. in no event, however, shall the ad- Justed stumpage rates for each quarter be lem  the *ba ap- praised rates as first stated above, The base index for this sale is the arithmetic average of the Western Pine Association, lumber price indexes for the months of October, November and December. 1950, In addition the purchaser will be re- quired to make deposits for refor- estation and other silvicultural work on tls sale area at the rate of $0.25 per M feet b. m. for all merchantable material scaled, and to make deposits to cover the cost to the United States for hazard reduction work at the rate of $0.15 per M feet b. m. mer- chantable scale all species. $10.000.- 00 must accompany each bud to be applied on the purchase price, re- funded, or retained in part as liquidated damages according to conditions of sale. The right to re- Ject any and all bids reserved. Before bids are submitted, full in- formation concerning the timber, the conditions of sale, and the submission of bids should be ob- tained from the Forest Supervisor, Quincy, California or the District Ranger, Greenville, California. The timber sale agreement will con- tain a provision for conveying to the United States certain rights- -of-way across private land. (March 8, 22, 1951) NATIONAL FOREST TIMBER FOR SALE (Nye Creek Unit) Sealed bids will be received by the Forest Supervisor, U. S. Forest Service, Quincy, California, up to and including 2:00 p. m., April 11, 1951, for all the live timber mark- ed or designated for cutting and all merchantable dead timber located on an area embracing about 687 acres within Sections 24. 25, 26. and 36, T. 25 N., R. 11 ., and Sections 19, 30 and 31, T. 25 N., R. 12 E.. M. D. M., Plumas National Forest. California, esti- mated to be approximately 6,280 M feet b. m.. more or less, of ponderosa pine, sugar pine, white fir. douglas fir and incense cedar. Bids in excess of maximum per- missible rates established in con- formity with ceiling price regu- lation will be reduced to such maximum permissible rate. Such permissible rate will be announced as soon as determined and in event it is not possible to make such determination before bidding date, such date will be postponed. The appraised value of the timber ac- cording to long-term norniai mar- ket and oueratinK conditions is $16.10 per M feet b. m. for pon- derosa pine, $21.30 per M feet b. m. for sugar pine. $4.55 per M feet b. m. for white fir, $6.70 per M feet b. m. for douglas fir and $4.35 per M feet b. m. for incense cedar. No bid will be con- sidered which is less than these rates as a base rate applicable through the entire period of the sale agreement, plus an additional amount of at least $16.10 per M feet b. m. for ponderosa pine, $21.39 per M feet b. m. for sugar pine, $4.55 per M feet b. m. for white fir, $6.70 per M feet b. m. for douglas fir, and $4.55 per b feet b. m. 'for incense cedar, which additional amounts shall be subject to quarterly calendar ad- justments upward or downward by 0.4 of the difference between the base index as set forth be- low and the average of the West- ern Pine Association lumber price indexes as calculated by the 'Forest Service at the end of each quarter. Such adjustments in the additional amounts for stumpage shall be ap- plicable to timber cut and scaled during the calendar quarter for which the adjustment is comput- ed. In no event, however, shall the adjusted stumpage rates for each quarter be less than the basle appraised rates as first stated above. The base index for this sale is the arithmetic average of the Western Pine Association lum. ber Vrice indexes for the mmitlm of October, November and Decem- ber. 1950. in addition the put- closer will be required to make deposits for reforestation and other silvicultura! work on this sale area at the rate of $0.40 per M feet b. m. for all merchantable material scaled, and to make de- posits to cover the costto theLnited States for hazard reduction work at the rate of $0.15 per M feet b. m. marchantable scale all species. $10,000.00 must accompany each bid to be applied on the purchase price, refunded, or retained in part as liquidated damages according to conditions of sale. The right to reject any and all bids reserved. Before bids are submitted full in- formation conderning th timber, the conditions of sale, and the submission Of bids should be ob- tained from the Forest Supervisor, Quincy, California, or the District Ranger, Greenville, California. The timber sale agreement will contain a provosion for conveying to the United States certain rights-of- way across private land. ,(Match 8, 2, 1951)