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VALLEY RECORD Every Thursclay Night t the post o'ice at California, a J= second- matter under the Act of of March 3, 1879. Jnll A. Johnson _ E. N. Johnson OWners and Publishers of C.N.P.A. - N.E.A. staples, typewriter rib- papers, legal forms, igns, commercial station- at the Reord office. OOOOOO000000000000000000 INDIAN YALLEY FUEL Slabs and EdginQ= Fireplace Wood * Setzer's Block: W. H. HAWSON t :one 24-M-2 Greenville, CaL OOOQOOQOQOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO DR. A. T. DIETLE OPTOMETRIST ..i.ii0tH|.lS.|.|..||al|0|0 State Theatre Bldg. - Orville 1461 Myers St. Phone 150 nlllllUlllilmlllnllnnlllllllllllllllll_l to find and buy it in... 0UINCY . AUTO SERVICE .ES & SERVICE HARDWARE CO. P.0. Box 846 Phone 87 Pal Hardware - Electrical Supplies - Housewares - Appliances - Iorge Refrigerators Specialize in Mail Orders & GAMBELL Complete Guaranteed leeVice ano Wrkmanship O , Furniture Co FREE ESTIMATE Phone Quincy 242-W Diamonds . Watches POWELL JEWELRY GIFTS THAT LAST TAYLORSVILLE TOPICS Mr. and Mrs. Bert Awbry and daughters spent the weekend in Redding. Loy Donaldson drove to Grass Valley Friday on business. Mr. and Mrs. Winnie Taresh and daughter Dorothy, have re- turned to their home here, after suendin the winter months in the Colusa area. The r;de Club met Thursday .t the home of Mrs. Lois Mc- Cutcheon with Mrs. Betty Paul- sen, Lena Sobrero and Edna Fis- her winners. Others playinwere Ruth Cliff, Leta Coffin, Marie orsoli, Henri Fisher, Helen • Stephenson, Irene Roosi, Elsie • Ann Hannon, Lou Price and the • hostess. • Mr. and Mrs. Tom Johnson or • Colusa visited friends here during • the week. The C. L. Stephnson Garage I caught fire Saturday in the back of the building, caused by a faulty iI wire in the hOuse next tO the General Store. Very little damage was done. Mrs. Lillian Clark and daugh- ters Elaine and Leslie accompain- ed her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ar- nold Taresh back to Cbico Tues- day to spend the week. Neal drove down over the weekend for his family returning home on Sun- day. Gene Openshaw of Orovil]e visited with Mr. and Mrs. Aldo Sorsoli. Mrs. Bobby Sargent has gone to Sonama to spend several days with her mother. Bobby Stephenson vas taken to the Batson Hospital Monday where he will be confined for a few days due to the flu. Mr. and Mrs. Mearl Stead, Mr: and Mrs. Grabner Williams, Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Wilson and Mrs. Ruth Stead went to Greenville Saturday night to attend Odd Fel- lows. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Paulson and son Jon drove to Greenville Sat- urday to spend the evening with the Ken Hunter family. .r. and Mrs. Grace of Gen- nessee have gone to San Pedro to spend a few weeks. Friends were sorry to hear of the car accident on the Greenville hill Monday night which took the life of Mrs. Eva Cunningham of Gennessee. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Fisher and family were visitors in town Saturday. Walter Cliff and Hoot Wing drove to Napa Monday for a load of baby chicks. Mr. and Mrs. George Lambert who have moved from Sloat to Greenville were visitors in town one day last week. Friends may be interested to :now that Mr. and Mrs. Neal Stark and family have moved from Chester and are now making their home at Live Oak. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Vandermast came up from San Francisco to Insurcmce Service Theatre Building SANVILLE, CA.I F. CREEK GARAGE Greenville 68-M MONDAY 00ONG,S SHOE STOSE 1 Iine Footwear for eft, Wmen and Children HOSIERY lln St. Phone 84-B Hmlwce Electric Appliances GOODS SUPPLIES St. Phone 223-B Mou00 LASS00 SHOE REPAIR Service to CJt-of-Tewa and :Mail Orders St. : 8usaavllh CORDER :er CaPs arid Trucks - Truck Beds CARS AND TRUCKS Price All Makes I-B - 1329 Main St. ILLWOOD AND NURSERY for All Ocoaslons Seeds. Plants - Trees |acramento Ph 381-B OFFICE SUPPLY - Office Equipment T - Gifts Lassen Buildin’ Watch Repairing Quincy GIFT SHOPPE " Stationery . Ceramic8 POR ALL OCCASIONS Third Street - Chleo QUINCY LAUNDRY AND DRY CLEANERS •] Leave Work at mmm i I PAL'S BARBER SHOP THE DIAMOND MATCH CO. -I Phone Quincy Four • WE DELIVER • Bill Hano manager • LINOLEUM CHOOSE YOUR PATTERN FROM OUR LARGE STOCK! • INLAY OR PRINT ° i 6 - 9 and 12-foot widths Expert Guaranteed Laying O QuincgF't00nRm'eCo : Phone Quincy 242-W , FOR FREE ESTIMATES l cAavs SHOES -_ Roblee - Buster Brown - AFrstepB JUSTIN & HYER B • COWBOY BOOTS See the Complete Line of • PHILCO RADIOS _a Refrigerators- Ranges- Freezers i Davis Smriee Appliance Griffin Building Phone 406-E: l.. R. PACKWOOD, OpL D. _= Glasses Fitted and Repaired Office Hours: 9-12 and 1-5 • II S • Telephone 247-B • DEAL & DAVIE SERVICE B- Cadillac & Oldsmobile Cars I GMC Trucks - Goodyear tires : RECAPPING • Complete Automotive Service i spend the weekend with Mr. and Phone 212-B 1107 Main St. Mrs. Kermit Fisher. Dealers in Builders' Supplies i l Mr. and Mrs. Tony Freeman T.  M. CARIIr SHOP m- / have returned home after spending a vacation at Brawley and Era- Cabinet Work . Glass Wrk _l Sash and Doors • Phone 292-B 807 Unionm DOYLE MOTOR CO. • Sales -- FORD -- Service periat Valley with relatives. Virgil Taresh of Rio Dell was a visitor in town Monday. Mrs Bill Burford came uD Wed- nesday from Pittsburg to take care of her husband who had the m flu. They returned to Pittsbury FORD - and M]tCURY m m over the weekend. Mr. and 'Mrs. Kermit Fisher Guaranteed Used Cars B and Le Roy Buckner visited Mr. Phone 295-B 611 Main St.• • and Mrs. Ace McE1roy at Vir- For Complete Furniture lia Sunday. IArlen Taresh of Chico was a UPHOLSTERY SERVICE 1 visitor • l in town over the Weekend. DAVE'S B He left on Tuesday for Rio Dell TOP AND BODY WORKS where he took a load of furniture 275 Fairfield - Phone 418-R for Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Tares11. -1 Mrs. Irene Rossi, Mrs. Myrtle SIERRA   I Griffith, Mrs. Fallers, Mrs’,Fo- The Store on the Corner   land and Mrs. Flanders were in- Main and Gay Street= _m I itiated into the Rebekah Lodge Gorham Sterling  ] Thursday night. Nationally Advertised Watches•| Mrs. Henri Fisler received a DIAMONDS • telephone cli Tuesday telling her i Watch RepalHng - Engraving i tVL & L i Appliance and Hardwe 718 Main St. Phone 170-B Norge - Bendix - A Gen/Hardware - HOFFMAN cmc0 -: BEDFORD'S -= Watches- Diamonds m Jewelry - 811verwars m REPAIRING 119 W. 3rd St Chtco, Cal. NIl JOHN M. MOOSE "- Chewy - Olds - Cadillac m '"l_e Bet Place in Town to Buy a Car" I Tehama Co. Dealer Ph. 166: BUY ALL YOUR PRINTING B AND STATIONERY AT B B THE RECORD OFFICE • and • SUBSCRIBE TO YOUR HOM E-TOWN PAPER RED BLUFF ' FICKERT'S lve what you want in tOME FURNISHING8 Red Bluff  SHOS Red Bluff I of the arrival of Nancy weighed 6 lbs. and was-tmrn to Mr. and Mrs. Harold Rees of Pe D- dleton, Ore. Mrs. Sees is the for- mer Dean Rosenbury, a sister of Mrs. Fisher and attended school in Greenville. Mrs. Don Riehl's mother of Para- dise has gone up to the Reikl ranch at Gennessee where she will stay several weeks. STI=PS CONSIDERED TO ELIMINATE WEED WASHINGTON P o s s i b I e methods of combatting Haloge ton, a poisonous weed threatening the livestock industry, were outlined at a meeting here of Western Congressmen and federal agency officials. Congressman Clair Engle, of the Second District, who attended, said it probably would ,be necessary to appropriate special funds to con- duct experiments on eradication methods, and for field work. It was pointed out that the weed. which bring sudden death to sheep and cattle, entered the United States about 15 years ago. It recently has spread through Ne- vada, Idaho, Wyominy, Utah, Montana and parts fo California. Support your home-town paper! THE INDIAN VALLEY RECORD III w WATER WELL DRILLING ANY SIZE OR DEPTH IRRIGATION WELLS ARE OUR SPECIALTY "Write or Telephone N. R. lESSEE Post Office Box 4 - ALMANOR -- Route 4, Box 224, Chico , ! Make no mistakesLet us do your printinq and we'll make era. AnE 600g INOEPEHDEHT TELEPHONE whet donteha k#ow, 40e ? Stalin's propaganda peddlers would never dare to tell their Iron Curtain customers about the lnde- , pendent telephone industry in the United Statea .How could they ever begin to explain the inspiring picture of 6,000 individual companies, large and small, working together with the large systems to serve America's 42 million telephones. Their lies about capitalistic monopoly would be thrown in their faces by this living proof of indus- try cooperation which has brought Americans the world's finest elephone service. No, neither Stalin tior his stooges would go foe this idea. That in itself ic good enough reason to .make us proud to be a part of the grea= gr a ladzdmt mlephone iad-mT. OT00S00UTILITIES CO. OF CALIFORNIA GOOD PACK IS ASSURED FOR. COMING YEAR Eighty-three inches of snow was reported as the official measure- ment taken at Letter Box on the Oroville-Bueks Summit in the P]u- • as National Forest February 28 bY ,Eugene Drown, Fire Control Assistant "to Ranger William Tur- Din of the Bursh Creek Ranger Station. Drown said snow condi- tions were very favorable and that at the points of measurement water content averaged 30.25 inches. Last year at this time 105 inches of snow was found at Let- .ter Box, but Forest Ranger Drown ,points to this year's early heavy ,rainfall as amply supplementing :the present snow pack to provide .very satisfactory water storage. :he explained that the ground had been well soaked with October and November rainfall before the heavy snowfall and in the absence pf extreme cold weather the ground is not frozen under the snow and will absorb snow up to a point of saturation. SINCERITY CHAPTER O. E. S. MEETS WITH SPECIAL GUESTS HERE FRIDAY Sincerity Chapter No. 53, DES, met on Friday, March 2, with Worthy Matron Mary Curnow of Quincy presiding. The meeting was appointive officers' night, and visitors were present from West- wood. Quincy and Janesville, in- cluding Deputy Grand Matron! o I .Lois Kn x, Worthy Patron Cliff Cone of Westwood, Etz Rowsc and Amelia McCollum of Quincy, as special guests. Amelia McCollum presented to beautiful emblems to the lo- cal clmpter, made by herself and her husband. Etz Rowse rendered a rcading, My Violin. The Worthy Matron announced a special meet- ing of Sincerity Chapter March 6 at 8 p.m:, in the Greenville Mason- ic Hall, when Masonic Night will be observed and an initiation will be conducted. IORMS or moat stood. axde reqlflrements are always tv, be foand at the Record offlce. The Western Representatives pledged their full support to help olve the problem. 00Li.0000AS GOLD VEIN 60 FEET WIDE 00i&S 4-HCTURE ROCK THURSDAY, MARCH 8, 1951 Jhu Rohde, developing his prospect four miles north of Quin- cy, ha sunk an incline crosscut for a distance of 180 feet and now has 75 feet to go before inter- secting the vein. The vein is 60 eet wide--the total including ,quartz stringers and country rock .---with a four-foot stringer of ,'picture rock" quartz next to the footwall. Gold in the vein is free-milling CF, ESCBNT HILLS NEWS Mr. and Mrs. DeVoe and child- ren of Sumner, Washington left Saturday morning for their home after visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Lewis for a week. The flu germs caught up with quite a few citizens here. Among those sick were: Ronnie Logan, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Reihl, the Iilton children and Richard Cor- doza. Corene Sorsoli accompained Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Gordon back to their home in Lindsey last Tues- day. She plans to make a short visit. Mac McLain returned from Re- no bringing Mr. Robertshaw with him for the weekend. He reported hfS son Dennis has the measles in RenD. Jerry Saffell started Monday morning driving the Chester- Westwood route for Logan' Cleaners. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Baker drove over to Clear Creek Sunday. Cecil Bates reported for duty to his draft board Wednesday. Those from Crescent donating to the blood bank last Tuesday were: Betty Milton, Helen and Mel VPhaler and Bill Nye. Mr. and Mrs. C. S. West of iapa came up Friday to visit their daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Nye and Sharon. They were scared out by the snow flurries Saturday afternoon and returned to their home. Pearl Strong is attending a business session in Tonopah, Ne- vada. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Strong are spending a few days in San Fran- cisco. Gloria Stockton of Qunicy spent every day last week visiting her sister, Mrs. DeVoe of Sumner, at the Lewis home. Mr. and Mrs. Alan Garrick braved the storm Sunday after- noon and walked up to visit their neighbors. Mr. and Mrs. Jake De- Hahn. Betty Jo had accompained the DeHahns home earlier in the day. The Young Women's club met for a short meeting at Phyllis Nye's home last Tuesday before going in to attend the Defense meeting. After the meeting Betty Milton served cake and coffee to the ladies in the Nye home. Rose- mary Milton has the next meet- ing, March 13th. Slim Bentley made a ,business trip to Susanville Monday:. Earl Woods. son of Mrs. Bent- ley, is in bed with rheumat' fever. We all wish him a speedy  recovery. Word has been received that Beverly Evans a former resident here has had a minor operatoin but is able to be home and up now. Jack Ric&mond was in town Monday. Typewriter ribbons and typin9 paper, staplers and staples, lena! blanks and signs at The Record! and Rhode report good recovery of coarser gold but poor recovery f finer gold in sluicing test which he ran at the time of dis- covery, some three years ago. ,Therefore, if the vein is reached and looks promising enough he plans to install a 12 or 30-to mill at the property. S#lk.00 wid, r.,,,,,..I Made From Can. lnd who  his tractor by , backer with Standard Die4l " Fuel ahowed u8 the funnel drawn ka the diagram. It was Ioldered together from a 5-gallon ca Youql keep your engine oleme,  Slanting batee stop fuel from Iopping over the sidea i-nl strips - slanted down so at joints cud _to edge of / funnel funnel..- ' He keeps a rag in the funnel when it's not used--as rag is pulled out it cleans off injecto wrecking dust and grit that adSht too, with clean-burning, clean- delivered Standard Dieeel Fuel. Cold Weather Tip. Standard Diesel Fuel is "Climate Tailored" --with pour point and volatili' to meet cold-weather require , ments in different areas. Assures free flowing, smooth running, fast pick-up, full power and easy idling. Ask us about it today. A Slandard 011 Cempa,f • el (fide Fedl Da..d by ROBERT KELTON Phone !-M-I CrNcent Cora