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INDIAN VAhLEY RECORD THURSDAY, MARCH 21, 1940 A'! PRINOIPAALS' I RANDOM OBSERVATIONS IROTARYANNES' MEET I (By J. O. Davis) [LEAP YEAR PARTY R. L. Hamer~incipal of theI ~ [ The Rotarian-~'enentertained their Greenville High School, attended,| l~dies Wednesday evening at a the convention of high school prin-I The agitation for the recall of ( Ladies Night Leap Year Party. The cipale held in Long Beach this|Governor Olson is an unfortunate[usual procedure of the evening week. 7~ |experience for the Democratic party[ TM reversed. The ladies under * /tobe called upontopassthrough]the chan'manship of nRdtary=ne / I Ann Bidwelt called for an esco ted i but the party has demonstrated in t /I ne gentlemen to the party, were times past, that it has the necessary I ~couxteously attentive throughout vitality to survive adversity and i the dinner paying for the dinner n doubt it will weather this visi-iand the evenings e~terta,nment taton of Republican wind without j themselves. The men were expec- under new management vimimm~ will open SATURDAY Mrs. G01da G0tt MANAGER GREENVILLE CLUB DAL EUBANKS, Manager GREENVILLE, CALIF. Cigars, Cigarettes, Soft Drinks, Pool and Club Rooms Come in and Visit With Us .=J. . . PINE, FIR, OAK AND LIMB WOOD. Put Your Order in Now For Next Winter's Wood Wood Yard Located Near Greenville Hot Springs Montero Wood Yard PHONE 10-M4 , , Ask for Valley t at your Grocer's ' i MADE BY ' INDIAN VAULEY serious results. Democrats audited to bring the cakes, salads and liberals generally should not lose such to finish out the main part of sight of the fact that the chief the dinner which was prepared by beneficiaries of any successful at- Mrs. Willis Scott. tack on the Governor will be the The business meeting was con- identical forces that Hiram Johnson lducted by the ladies with Rotary- rallied the people against in 1910, anne Mary McIntyre wielding the and those forces have not changed, gavel, Rotaryanne Catherine Mc- either in character or spots since Enespy read the minutes and Rot- 1910, even though we find them aryanne Marie Murray collected the ,^ u fines for various offenses The men supporting ~enator ou ~u,~ w,~,I " they once hated, even as they now i~ere each fined $1.80, this amoun~ hate Roosevelt. I reembursed the ladies for their Have you noticed the absence of[evenings expenses. The droner was served at the drum---beating by the reactionary: ' . ~,~, Masonic Hall and later the order of elements oi: tne pre~o ~,~-,-,8 foliow the leader was given which the results of the Democratic prl- - " mary in New Hampshire? The ab~.ence of screaming headlines s because of the easy victory of the delegation pledged to the program of drafting the President for ano- ther term. Had that delegation' been defeated, the noise made b~r the Hearst, Gannett, Chicago Tri- bune type of journalism would have been positively overwhelming. With Roosevelt winning an impres- s:re and easy victory, gloom settle~ : ever the reactionaries to a degree l that has scarcely ben equaled since that memorable gloom settled over Mudvllle when Casey struck out. In an article prepared for the Democratic Bulletin recently upon the request of Harry Houle, this writer said the lack of cohesion within the Democratic party is due: largely to the enormous increase! in party membership that resulted from the economic breakdov.m in l the country in the early thirties. Millions of people flocked to the Democratic party because they had faith in Roosevelt and because the Republican party; bankrupt In el-! fcctive leadership offered to the people no relief from the fears that beset them. Confusion is inevitable in a party containing millions or recruits i that came to the party as a result !of a great crisis wherein unrest, fear, and uneasy expectation of dfs- aster was the paramount state of the public mind. About all we can do about it is to wait for time to heal the diftculty. The attitude of some life-long advocates of the ended at the Greenville Theater. AMERICAN BOY MAGAZINE COMPANION TO THOUSANDS Hundreds of thousands of boys and young men read The American Boy Magazine every month and consider it more as a living com- panion than as a magazine. "It's as much a buddy to me as my neighborhood chum," writes one high school senior. "The Amer. Scan Boy seems to understand a boy's problems and considers them in such a sympathetic and helpful way. It gives advice and enter- taining reading on every subject in which a young fellow is inter- ested~ It is particuarly helpful in sports. I made our school baskekt- ball team because of playing tips I read in The American Boy" Many famous athletes in all sports credit much of their suc- cess to helpful suggestions recieved from sports articles carried in The American Boy Magazine. Vir- tually every issue offers advice from a famous coach or player. Football, basketball, track, termS3 in fact evezT major sport is covered in fiction and fact articles. Teachers, librarians, parents and leaders of boys clubs also recom. mend THE AMERICAN BOY en. thusiastically. They have found that as a general rule regular read-i ers of THE AMERICAN BOY ad- vance more rapidly and develop more worthwhile characteristics than do boys who do not read it. philosophy of Jefferson.toward this Trained writers and artists, fa- r~ew and strange situation was ex- incus coaches and athletes, explor- pressed to this writer by Judge Wtl- ] era, scientists and men successful l!vm M. Conley, of Madera. The tin business and industry Join with Judge--with whom this writer has an experienced staff to produce in se~-ed as a delegate in Democrat!c state conventions more than thirty years ago,--,said during a chance meting on a San Francisco street, "Cue thing I have decided; in the future I am not going to support ~ny man for an important office, o: for any important place of party leadership unless I am convinced that he has been a Democrat for at least three months, and a resident ef the state for at least six weeks." THE AMERICAN BOY, the sort of reading matters boys like best. THE AMERICAN BOY sells on most newsstands at 15c a copy. Sub- scription prices are $1.50 for one l year or $3.00 for three years. For- eign rates 50c a year extra. To sub- scribe simply sdnd your name, ad- dress and remittance direct to THE AMERICAN BOY, 7430 Second Naples Road, North Cohocton, N. Y. Blvd Detroit, Michigan. ERNEST D. CLARK, Mgr. Phone 36.M-2 GREENVILLE, CALIF. DSMOBILE CARS AND GMC TRUCKS ALE8 AND SERVICE REPAIR WORK ON ALL MAKES OF CARS PIONEER BUDWEISER AND ANIIEU- 8ER-BUSCH BEER ON DRAUGHT Foreign & Domestic Whiskies All Kinds of Wines & Liquors Mrs. Valentine Zunlno, Prop. C. Zunlno, l r. Greenville Hotel Bldg. GRIglhN VII#LE, CALIF. HAPPY HOUR SEWING [ Mrs. Edna Goodhue of Indian CLUR f CLUB II'alls was in town Saturday. The Happy Hour club met last . .Mrs. F.E. Kampschmidt enter-] Si Perkins has be-~n employed aS Thursday at the home of Mrs. Wal- [alned the members, of the Wednes-|(bief mechanic at the Indian Valley ter Short. Members present were oay ~ewmg cmo tins weeK. ]Garage. Perkins was formerly Mrs. Henry Greisbach, Mrs. Evart --- [cP.~ployed at Blairsden. Littlefield, Mrs. Woody Kilpatric, CONTRACT ] -- Mrs. Lee Lunsford, Mrs. William ]CLUB . [ Luke t~unnell was in Greenville Richarde, Mrs. Paulus Taylor, Mrs. ] ------- ]V~ednesday from Almanor Dam. The members of the Contract I vernon Wilkeson, and Mrs. ~aerle I . T-"-T . ~.^,:^ . ltJridge clue were guests Thursday ~. ~. t~namoerzain atzendea Durinv the meeting new officers ~ot Mrs. Oliver Vetter. the first showing of the picture were elected. Refreshments were --- "Virginia City" held in Reno last served. The next meeting will be AT YOSEMITE Sunday. held at the home of Mrs. Evart Lit- tlefield. [DINNER PARTY Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Gray had as their dinner guests Saturday eve- ning, Mr. and Mrs. Bruce ~idwell, Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Harmer and Mr. and Mrs. Laurence Lockney. BUSY BEE CLUB - %~w~'~- The Busy B~e Sewlng club met last Thursday at the home of Mrs. Clyde Fulcher. Those present were Mrs. Edwards, Mrs. Vera P~urrill, Mrs. Ramsey, Mrs. Neuman, Mrs. Harpole, Mrs. Eisenhuth and the hostess. Printing Printing Indian Mr. and Mrs. John Uboldi, ac- companied by relatives from Ha- v~di, are spending the Easter vaca- tion week at Yosemite. STUDY CLUB The members of the Sierra Study William Sobrero of the Indian VaUey Garage has returned to work fellowing a weeks vacation. t SINCERITY LODGE No. 132, F. & A. M. Meets "Second Friday Night of Each Month at 8 O'Clock. O. G. WARDLOW, Master, W. J. HALL, Secretary Mrs. Josephine Snell returned It st Friday from a trip to Sacra- meuse. Her sister returned with her. $100 s200 f [ndianValley GrangeMileage 17,000. A bargain. M. lot. No. 439 Scruggs, Greenville. . Heets 2nd and 4th Tuesday evenings where Mr. Dyer was called for army duty. While here Dyer was L~n assayer for the Cherokee mine. GAMBLING IN GREENVILLE Farr s Furniture can save you money for Home Furnishings. Over Service Motor Co. Garage, Greenville. 2t. FOR SALE--1937 Chevrolet Master De Luxe Sport Sedan. New tires. Apartments for the past three months, have returned to'Monterey Mrs. M. F. Burrus of Sacramento i~ visiting her daughter, Mrs. Carl Furrer. Mrs. Van Fleet, who was at the Raison hospital last week, has re- turned home. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SOCIETY Meets every Sunday, 11 a. m in the Clinch building, Quincy. sun- day school at 9:45 a. m. Monthly meeting, Clinch building, first Wed- nesday of each month, 8 p. m. -o WINTER SCHEDULE FOR CHURCH SERVICF~ The following is the order of ser- vices for the Community churche# of the Indian Valley: GREENVILLE Sunday School 10 a. m. Morning worship 11 a. $' Evening service 7:45 p. ra. Young People's r~eetlng WedneS- day evening. All young people in- vited 7:45 p. r~. Prayer meeting Thursday 7:45, TAYLORSVILLE Sunday school 2 p. m. Church servtce 3 p. n~. CRESCENT MILLS Sunday school 10 a. n~. INDIAN MISSION Tuesday 7:45 p. n~. A cordial invitation is given ~o all. Strangers and visitors made welcome. STANLEY WEBSTER, Pastor. Start the Spring WITH A NEW Duart Permanent Wave Here is an early Holiday $~ggesIiom' Nothing you can possibly give any woman wiU be better appreciated than Diet-Kiss Sachet or Diet-Kiss Perfume. Diet.Kiss Sachet is the inimitable Diet-Kiss fragrance in powder form to give a delightful long-lasting fragrance to lingerie end wearing apparel -- the Diet- Kiss perfume is recognized as one of the world's great odenrs. The Poor Cave Man ] Had No Newspaper l To Advertise In. But You Have ! l of each month at Taylorsville WOOD AND POSTS FOR SALE--- S~ NEAL STARK, Master n t HazelBowerman All kinds of woo{l and all le g ha. , OWNER OPERA~OR .IAMDS YOUNG Secretary ) ' ' " ' ' " J.E. SAMPSON, Greenville ~. O " . i of the Indian Valley Grange ll~ " C LEAN AS A LI LY H Meets Every Third Tuesdhy in Each I ' lib The Lily---dripping with fresh dew--gleaming in its silver wa- ~1 Month i IHters--ls Nature's symbol of utter eleanliness. M ARLENE TARESH, Chairman [ "i]~ PLUMAS LAUNDRY has beeome this towns symbol for utter H [MARIAN TA,REISH, Secretary. []~ elemfliness in clothes. Our more modern, more eomplete pro- ~] [ [l~ eesses mean so much to the life and looks of your clothes. They ~[ W. J. HALL add so much in appearance and cut so much from your elothes [~ Truck Every Thursday and Friday i budget, you must try ue for your next laundry job for surprising i~lIH ~.u,t . H I~ IIlIH See Max, With the Red and Yellow H .JER.Z,SS SACHET -- III1| !11 11111 PlumasLaundry-P0rt01a 11 3h % e, . . The World's News Seen Through THE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR An International Daily Newspaper is Truthful~Constructive--Unbia,ed--Free from Sensational- ism -- Editorials Are Timely anii Inltruct/ve and Its Daily Features, Together with the We0kly Magazine Section, Make the Monitor an Ideal Newepaper for the Home. The Christian Science Publishing Society One, Norway Street, Boston, Massachusetts Price $12.00 Yearly, or $1.00 a Month. Saturday Issue, including Magazine Section, $2.60 a Year. Introductory Offer, 6 I~ues 25 C, en~. Name Address SAMPLE COPY ON REQUEST triI~ to Yosemite National Park. TO HAVE - .~ ~w~.aP, i OPERATION Mr. and Mrs. Hollis Morel went} to San Francisco Tuesday where* Mr. Morel will enter a hospital for an operation for appendicitis. COMING EVENTS April 6--Grange dance at Tay- orsvllle. Fred Farrar is at home this week for the Easter holidays. Dorothy Farrar, Greenville High School student, has moved to Quin- cy, where she is attending school. Mr. and Mrs. Dyer and baby, who have been living at t~e Kruger Club met at the home of Mrs. Cliff C H. Farr returned Tuesday from Sheehan at Crescent Mills iast Frl- Gakland with a load of furniture for day. l his store. ' I - @ i -- ]~ETURN FROM I uM:: ::~1~n AaY :b' student at tthh: OSEMITE ] j " ge e College of ' Pacific in Stockton, is spending the Mr. ad Mrs. H. P. West and son Evster vacation at her home !n W~lter returned Tuesday from a Greenville.