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"HE INDIAN VALLEY REGORD COUNTRY STORE WINNERS THIS WEEK: DOT MULLEN DON HARRIS FRANK DAVIS HAROLD PEARCE DICK RAZEE MR. MoCRANDALL RONNIE HYCE HAROLD NEVINS BEN WILLIAMS M. BOWERS et your tickets trom , }BEENVILLE TRADING POST INDIAN VALLEY BAKERY INDIAN VALLEY RECORD BURTON MOTOR SALES CRESCENT CLEANERS MOSELEY &amp; GRENKE nd Brq Them to -- THE PLUMAS THEATRE COUNTRY STORE THURSDAY 00GHT ;ERTIFICATE  OF PARTNER- SHIP DOING BUSINESS UNDER A FICTITIUOS NAME The undersigned. CASEY PAT- ICK. whose place of residence is uincy, Plumas County.. Califor- da. and LINIEY G. GLENN, chose place of residence is Green- rllle, Plumes County, California, lereby certify and declare that :hey are partners transacting a ,etatl rocery and meat business n the Town of Greenville, County )f Plumas, State of California. un- ier a name not showing the names )f the persons interested as part- lers tn such business, to-wit, ]lenn's Market; that they are the le partners in said partnership md their names and places of re- ddence are as hereinabov set .'orth. Dated, March 1st. 1951. CASEY PATtCK L.G. GL/IKNN tate of California [ ounty of Plurras J ss. On this 2rid day of March, 1951, before me. Stanley C. Young, a .otary Public in and for the Coun- :y of Plumas. State of California. residing therein, duly commission- l and sworn, personally appeared &SEY PATRICK and LSEY . GL]2. known to me to be the persons whose .names are subscrib- ed to the within instrument and Lcknowledged to me that they ex- Routed the same. ITq VIT W/REF, I have hereunto set my hand and affixed my official seal, at my office in the said County of Plu- mes, the day and year in this :ertiflcate first above written. (SEAL) STAIY C. YOUNG Notary Public in and for the County of Plumes, State of Cal- ifornia (March 15-22-29, April 5,12) NOTICE OF NON.RESPONSIBILITY Greenville, Calif. March 7. 1951 is ereby given to all whom it may concern, that on and the ave date, I will not be responsible for any debts or obligations contracted by anyone than myself. XLLA BRASHEARS NOTICE TO CO-OWNERS OF MINE TO CONTRIBUTE ro R. R. Lowe. Clifford O. Lowe td Hazel A. Berg, their heirs, ex- 5tutors, administrators or assigns: YOU ,APSE I-IEPBY NOTIFIED lat the undersigned has expeJIded and no/100 {$2,000) Dollars in lab)or and improvements lpon the Klondike Mine, consisting f 20 quartz claims, all on recora Lt the Office of the County Record- r of Plumas County, California, in )rder to hold said mining claims. of Section of the United I being the amount requiredl the same for the year end-[ trig July 1st, 950. If, within ninety t (gb days after the service of this[ otice on you, you fail or refuse to J ontribute your respective propor-I tion of such expenditure, as co-l vners, your respective interest 1 will become the property of the subscriber under the provi- of said Section 2324. You are hereby notified to pay ),our said proportion of said expen- diture to Gust Johnson, P. O. ]Box 56, Taylorsville. California. The names of said mining claims and the Book and Page of the re- {ordation thereof in the office of the Recorder of Plumes Caunty, California are as follows: [(londike No. 1, Vol. 17, Page 89; Iondike No. 2, Vol 1T,.Page 89; [ondike No. 3, Col. 19/Page 148 Klondike No. 4, Vol. 19, Page 148 Klondike No.. 5, Vol. 20 Page 140 Kettle Rock No. 1, Vol. 17, g. 88; Kettle Rock No. 2, VoL 17, Pg. $8; Katie Rock No. 3, Vol. 17, Pg. 278 etue Rock No. 5, Vol. 17, Pg. 279 Kettle Rock No. 6, Vol. 17, Pg. 79 BIKettle Rock No. 7, VoL 18, Pg. 344 1Kettle Rock No. 8, Vol. 18, Pg. 345 KKettle Rock No. 9, Vol. 18, Pg. 846 B[Kettle Rock No. 10, Vol 18 Pg 346 Rock No. 11. Vol 18 P 347 Rock No. 12, Vol 18 P 848 Iettle Rock No. vo mK.00. Rock N. 1, ol II olden Rule No. 1, Vol 17 P 277 lden Rule No. 2, Vol 17 P 277. Dated: January 29, 1951.. GUST J'OHNSOST THURSDAY, MARCH 15, 1951 1:. Wc0000ch ]or : . O FAY'S O e EASTER : @ DISPLAY! e e New Ceramics Classes Now Being Orqardzed : To Start.April 16 : FAY'S SHOP :. Greenville, Calil. f RICHARD R. ECKER LICENSED SURVEYOR Surveys - Maps - Reports Legal Descriptions Phone 378 Quincy DR. JACK A. ELFANT OPTOMETRIST 156 Jackson St, Quincy - lIL351W (Opposite Industrial Hospital} Eyes Examined Glasses Fitted BROKEN INS' DUPLICATED CONTACT LENSES PRESCRIPTION SUN GLASSES Classified Advertising rates, effec- tive Jan. 1, 1951--First time pub, lished, 15 cents per line (5 words), 10 cents per line thereaftee--three times for price of two when paid before publication. Minimum, 750. Public Notices: Card of Thanks $1; Sale Notices $7.50; Notice of Non- Responsibility, three times for $4. Subscribe to Your Home-town Papeet FOR SALE--Electric Refrigerator in good condition. Priced to sell. Welfird Fink, Phone 51-M5. FOR SALEWeaner Pigs. Car- roll's. Englemine Road. 3tp FR SALE--Caterpillar D-7. 400 hrs. on engine rebuilt, new tracks and finals; new clutch, radiator, friction and starting engine. ,Sac- rifice. Phone Quincy 378 or 47. (52 Y)R .SALEbout 5000 feet galvanized barbed wire. Good as new. Reasonable. D. N. Norris, Canyon Dam. 52-c FOR I%FAWT--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-M2. 52-3c lot in Landon Add. ALSO unfin- ished 9-rm. house on 80x100 ft lot in Taylorsville. --L. C. Fisher, Greenville. _ . _ 5210 IPOR SApartment-size bot- tled gas stove. $50. See Mr. Rob- ,bins at tAydob's Store. 52-3t FOR SALE CHEAP Used add- ing machine; in working order; only $25. Record Office. x LOT FOR SALE with large con- crete-block garage; very reason- ably priced; wonderful location-- Gene Duvall, Box 205, phone 74M2 Greenville. 53p FOR --4 rm. apt. furn. or unfurn.. C. J. Frederickson. Green- ille. Or call at Record office 3Otf mutes, harmonicas, etc. for LESS! Out of the "hfh rent" ,tea. Write for mail order prices (op- erators take note!). Big Stock.- Jerry's (at the "Radios" atgn) No. Main St., Gceenville (Pumas Co.) Calif. P. O. Box 322. Agents for Sawyer's Viewmasters) 48-tfc ELECTROLUX 8ALES & SERVICE STANLEY' BANG 1011 No. St. Busanville ALTERATIONS- BUTTONholes DRESSMAKING - TAILORING MRS JIMMY SMITH Telephone Greenville 31-M-5 FOR HOMES - RANCHES- RESORTS LOTS AND ACREAGE SEE OR CALL HELEN HOLLENBECK Realtor - Quincy Phone 301-W Leonhardt Bldg. CONCRETE IRRIGATION PIPE SEE THE SUPERIOR PIPE CO. 244@ Park Ave., Chioo, Calif. 10-If 'ROCND I00DIAN VALLEY Lester Norris of Ukiah has mov- ed up here to take over the op- eration of Frizzie's mill in Dixie Caion. He will be followed by his wife and family at on early date. He states the mill will pro- bably begin operations in about a month. Mrs. A. E. Allegewahr is back again at the library after being confined to her home with the flu. "Cookey" Baker is up and around again after being laid up for several days with an attack of influenza. LaVerne Furrer, accompalned by daughters Carla and Leslie. will spend the Easter vacation at the home of her parents in Sac- ramento. Mrs. D. E. Conklin, i Mr. and son Philip, daughter Donna, and, Mrs. Clarice Williams of Fresno INDIAN VALLEY 4-H CLUB MEMBERS CO. TO COW PALACE Five 4-H Club members will leave Thursday March 15 for the t annual Junior Grand Nationall Livestock Show at San Francis- i co. All five members are showing I heavy steers in the beef cattle com- petition. Those attending are Tom Clarke of Quincy, who was a win- ner last year of the Bank of merica award in the calf scram- ble. earning $100 toward the pur- chase of another steer by catching' an Angus Calf and haltering l]im t, lead in front of the arena. This is one of the features of the Ro- d*.o program; Lee Ramelli of Quincy is attending for the third straight year; Luis, Raymond and Lawrence Davis of Vinton are also showing a single steer each. Mr and Mrs. Jim Davies of Vinton 4-H Local Leaders, will accom- pany the boys to the show. Irs. David Ramelli of Quincy will drive HOPALONG TO OPEN GRAND NATIONAL JUNIOR SHOW were weekend guests at the the truckload of cattle dorn. The George Burton home in Greenville. I Farm Advisor will attend the Clovys Stevenson of Meadow I show beginning on Saturday. Valley was a visitor in the Robert Ruby  stockton is reported to  Giesick home on Wednesday, tak- ing the opportunity to enjoy the have undergone major surgery Greenville sunshine and renew at a San Francisc hspital. Se ' numerous acquaintances here. will he confined there for some Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hayes and time. family moved last week into the John Rilea is to be seen limping Community Church parsonage. Mr. around this week, presumably as and Mrs. C. B. Thomason have a result of catching his foot in moved into one of the houses at the wrmger, thoug detailed infor- the rear of Moseley and Grenke's, action was not forthcoming. : Aaron Craig is at work instal- :.:.:i ling new" asbestos siding on the HOPALONG CASSIDY IN PERSON will star at opening per::m- Star Hotel and avers that the ance of Grand National Junior Livestock Exposition, Intercollc[it building will be much enhanced in Rodeo and Arena Show at San Francisco-San Mateo Cow P].ce appearance. I March 1%22. Hoppy will appear at matinee performances only, Leo Kaiser and sister Alta Hall Saturday afternoon, March 17. His famous horse, Topper, will .:z:nain Indian Valley Pot No. 566 have returned to Greenville after! for all performances, as will his beautiful white pony, Little Tapper. AMERICAN LEGION spending several weeks in the! Pony will be awarded some deserving" boy or girl under 12 at closing ND AUXILIARY southern part of the state, i arena show performance, Monday evening, March 19. Livestock Mrs Ruth Ellis and Mrs Mar-I show continues through March 22. MEETS SECOND MONDAY OF " " I garet .Ellis of Reno were in the! ........................................................ ,mmb EACH MONTH AT "/:30 p.rn, Valley on business Tuesday, and I .................................................................... tances with many of their friends i  wher00 I sit.., o Ma.h INDIAN VALLEY GRANGE here. i No. 439 Mr. and Mrs. :Mack Scruggs are Meets irst and Third Tuesday I leaving this week end fr the bay i  W h. O tF Each Month, 8 p.m. - Taylorswtlc area and will return home accom-i ate u or pained by their daughter Joan,',  d H. S. HANNON, Master who will be on Easter vacation !  The ,'Bl,n - o Elsie Ann Hannon, Sec'y from her studies at San Jose. r D. R. Strong, Hall Mgr. George Wheeler is spendin a Stopped by Squint Mlller farm not noticed, it justgrew&lllpNl ........................... ' ......................................... few days with his parents, Mr. and  other day and saw a vinegar --now it's there to stay." SINCERITY LODGE Mrs. W. T. Wheeler, and brother bottle It his kitchen with am over- From where I sit, we could tak- "No. 13 -, F. & A.M. Jim. at the Sylvan Dairy. He  cucumber inside it. The - a cue from Squint and watdt been working with his brother cumber filled the whole bottle, our own "blind-spots" and preJ Meets and Friday each month. S p.m Lloyd on the coast. Visiting Brothers Welcome! The new good-looking ook- Whats a cucumber doin tn dices before they grow too bi to. Ernest Waiters, W.M. keeper at Setzer's (replacing Mar- there?" I asked him. "That's my get rid of. We've got to respect o Herbert Holt, Secretary garet Ellis) is none other than 'blind-spot' reminder," lmyli neighbor's right tohispreferenl ........ ' Bob Casteel. He expects to be Squint. "My grandmother .kept ... preferences for a certain racial .............................................................. joined by Marge and their son le ha her kitchen to remind her of car, a favorite movie star, or a IUMBER SAVtVIII about-,May 1st. to take stock of hersei mow lind temperate glass of beer after work. 1 then. We won't be tripped by any bllad WORg2S ONION - AFL Wil|iam F. St. Claire of the "I slipped that bottle ove the, spots if we keep our eyes--au Lcal k]o. 2647 State Dept. of Employment, ac- cqumber when it was just start- minds--open! Meets first Sunday of each month 1 cpanied bY H" O" Williams f Im to gTow n the vine" he went  at 11 a.m. -- in. Old Library Hall the Plumas County Chamber of l z, "And llke certain viewpoints, QREENVILLE -:- CALIFORNIA  ( Commerce, was a visitor in Green- i JOE PALAZZl, president ville last Friday for the purpose! ROBERT GIESICK, of organizing committeework in i '- Copyright, 1951, United States BrewersF BUS. A0entand Socy,-Trea behalf of the civil defense setup, i ............................ ..................................................................... up. ' " "" ...... '*"- -7  .... *' ".---'r -,r'n';n' c; ,' :e' rntk. %m! GREENVILLE ---=- ........ - ....... -  ...... I.O.O.F. LODGE No. 252 Meets8 p.m.lSt- atandoddfellows3rd Saturdays-Hall. q50,000 taxes daily for your well-being Greenville, California ...  ,] ...... **  ...... , ......  , ELMORE HUNT, Sec'y ...................................................................... _ i: ::::;!!ii ..... .,-v-- ...... NA SONS of the olden West PARLOR NO. AFt;. / T.,,le. Ca,. g( Meets 2nd & 4th ,: :/ Tuesdays, ffp. m.  / o i/.,. -. _:; Ef0&X " 'P. n.a d E. is the State's largest prop- m,, To(i, is shift foreman of A. B. Jacobsen, chmrman St. Anthony Catholic: Father J. erty taxpayer, In 1950 we paio over 27 our new 670,000 hp Contra J. Get, ran, pastor; Sunday Mass oft he Monterey Count T  " Costa Steam Plant, which 10:45 a. m, Quinoy 9:00 a; m. Board o| Supervisors, million dollars in local taxes. Federal represents an investment of says the Company's new and state taxes brought our total taxes $80,000,o00. P. G. and E. Lenten devotions every Friday Moss Landing Steam already is the largest prop- evening, 7:30. Ending Friday, March 23. Plant "will contribute to ahnost 55 million cioilars! That's bet- erty taxpayer in the county- Stations of the Cross more revenue in local tcr than $150:000 a day. over $1,850,000 last year. Sermon taxes than any other ' The new plant will boost Blessings of the People single industrial devd- A business-managed utility produces local tax revenues even opment in the history taxes instead of consuming them. This higher. Ammbly Of God: Rev. Don of Monterey County." tax revenue would have to be obtained North, pastor; S. S. 9:45 a.m., *- Service 11:00 a. m., Service 7:30 from other 3ources if our business wcr / p.m. Sunday. Wednesday Youth Meeting at 7:30 p.m. publicly owned and tax exempt. Luthe,an Church: Second and l'G'ta/E" %z Fourth Sunday Of each month, 2:30 i<==  PACIFIC GAS AND ELECTRIC COMPANY ........ p. m., at Auembly of God Church.  :  :: . ":'!:! Community Church - Greenville: :...... \\; :: : - ..... : Mills: 9=00 a. m. Felowship Din-  .car dcalcr, says: "Local perintendentofSchools, i /!t net at Greenville first Thursday of  /7  busincssmen bcnefit di- Amador County, knows ! " saohmonth, 7p.m.   recdyfromP.G.andE.'s thevaluetohiscom- , . i"r annualpayrollof$1,640,- munity of P.G.and E.s   i t,x,/3 / 000 in Shasta Division, property taxes. For, of   Seventh Day Adventist: Elder /andallofusbenefitfrom the total propcrtytaxc / ........... Darrell Kenny, pastor; Sabbath -- = School 9:30 am. Service 11 am on - w ....  the Company's taxes of collected by Amador Saturday. Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. more than $1,700,000- Countylastycarforits21 almost half of all prop- school% 58%r $209,176 . Chrrian Sl;ence Si)r, Quin- arty taxe collected in waspaidbyP.G.andK. eye L'son Self,on Sunday 11:00 urcunW'" " a.m. Evenin o the. first Gnard  t/ i