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INDIAN VALLEY RECORD THURSDAY, MARCH 28, 1940 HOLLIS MOREL TO RETURN FOLLOWING OPERATION HolUs Morel is expected to return seen from San Francisco, where he underwent an appendectomy at the Et. Joscphh's hospital. unday Dinner 75c FEATURING Roast Young Tom Turkey Celery Dressing Cranberry Sauce Choice of: Cream Chicken Soup Tomato JUice Cocktail Waldorf Salad Scalloped Corn Buttered Asparagus Tips Snowdrift Potatoes Tea Biscuits Boston Cream Pie III III I Virgil Taresh, Grobner Williamg, ' f:om a trip to San Francisco. GREENVILLE i ,+0 oo. oo o+ CRESCENT SCHOOL NEWS Miss Hattie Firmstone spent the panied by Mr. Mitchell, director of (Barbara, Hunt, F~Htor) Easter vacation with her sister, CLUB ~+vncationalGr v 1 agriculture for thef Some of us went------- on trips The Mrs. Booth Nasb at Merced. 1 sen i le High School attende~ ' Dew Be ' ",ills and W. C. Wails nave lithe first Future Farmer Marketing, ' Strongs went to Fresno, the Mc- . If Pay in South San Francisco last Laughlins to Sacraznento, the ' ml . ~ they spent the wlnter. They are .~ v~agnusonsto ~ulney, Dale ann 1 . employees at the Setzer sawmill. II th ho,-o ~-~ -~- - l~ennetn r~lcneneuto ~usanvine, l l ], I~*~ ~aU " ~, were wrought [ Mr and Mrs C J + Gallu of [ ', '- he Sor"olis went to Beckwith nais~ P I lFarmerseoftbal,fo;nia ~ph:;::ckTurner went to San Jose, and I }Qu,ncy Alge- l l"a~' graded Wednesday and sold to went to Sloat.--~onaldFreeman, i'~ahr home Sunday. tl'e highest bidder at a private sale fourth grade, il Mrs. A. Scandella left last Friday y. The purpose of th. event -- ~ -' Thursda ~ ~ r ~ht on a vimt to Utah I waa to give to the be s f'r "- - Easter Sunday the children of! I y ] st-nan~ : ~imer Jonnson recent!y returne~ Inlormation in marketin I ] ~zescent ~anls nad a ~aster egg ," " g ivestoc~ " from a trip to New York through a public stockyard. [hunt. Many of the children found a lot of eggs. The little folk hunted Mr. Mitchell attendded a mee0ng tco.--Jerry Dynan, fourth grade. PINE,FIR, OAK AND LIMB WOOD. Put Your Order in Now For Next Winter's Wood Wood Yard Loe~ated Near Greenville Hot Springs M0nter0 Wood Yard II PHONE 10-M-5 Ask for ! at your Grocer's MADE BY INDIAN VALLEY ERNEST 'D. CLARK, Mgr. Phone 86.M-2 GREENVILLE, CALIF. DSMOBILE CARS AND GMC TRUCKS ]ALES AND SERVICE REPAIR WORK ON ALL MAKES OF CARS 'A. A. A. EMERGENC~ SERVICE Foreign & Domestic Whiskies All Kinds of Wines & Liquors M~. Valentine Zunino, Prop. C. Zunino, Mgr. Greenville Hotel Bldg. GREIbN VILLE, CALIF. , SPRING FLOWERS GRACE i UNEMPLOYMENT PAYMENTS t Mrs. C. M. Chamberlain speaL t15,000 KILLED, 525,000 I I"I. 1 t'~ z ~v GARDEN CLUB MEETING Unemploymen-~insurance pay-I~h=i::s:kend in San Francisco onI HOMELESS IN FINLANDIIilgll 5ch001 l ews An assortment of beautiful spring 'nlt.l,~s ~u ~allloinia workers du,ing [ Edward tam"fli s-cut the E--'er I Vanqui~:hed Finland, victim of] (By Jmle Cox) ' S p p a~L. l f!owers, sent by Mrs. Robert Perry Febzuarv, showed a 206 per cent m' J J t ]ree and a half months of Russian J o~ Oroville, beautified the Grange " '~uu. w~L. ~v~r. ann ~wr~. e ~. . . j IClea~eover ~eoz'ua, y, v~o, w]~'~[Sheeban in Orovill~ ]:,vamon, has counted her dead, her Mr. Wiley spent part of his Eel~ I r bvh in Taylorsville last Thursday, 454,468 checks being written during } [o phans, her bomb-broken homes, ter vacation in Sacramento and thO 5larch 21,fOr the regular meeting of I oonn Gallendne was in town 2~ On-li.~ I . tL,e pa~t month tor a tota o~ ~,-I+1.~ I "" ,~us~. I~.~'~y region. lhc Indian Valley Garden club. At(~84,801.31 as com~aredu w thh last j y trom the zsortn Arm. After taking he]" inventory of I the close of the meeting the flow-''s benefit tma! af 2.q.~ ~17 ~h~le~[ . ugust Aukamp ]s building a death, Finland revealed these offi- ers were taken to various people ~v'l"ch aggregated $2 7-o (i'~9 08 cairn on his property in tbe Landon c+al estimates" - A new ~tudent, Dolores Basco, ha who had been reported ill. [ ' iA(h:iti n C. E. Harris is in charge Theh dcad--~omewhat more than joined our student body. ] Th,~ aaAAsu~AAa~eAaAeaac we~ A*A~t~A~ Dy Hostesses for the day were Mrs. ~ of the work. U~,000 men. ~ecrge ~eary, manager ot me ----- ATny Hardgrave, Mrs. Edna Fisher I ]~Kp ; ~+.o ~- R +~a,t" Widows---Between 8,000 and I0,- . ~ulncy OIIlce oz the State ucpart-t Mrs. Donna Dolphin, Mrs. Agnes merit of Emolo v.ment [here from Taylorsville Saturday. 00~ ~ The date of the Fashion ShoW, Dolphin Mrs Mabel Taresh and - "' " 30,-under the direction of Mi~s wilcOX, I Claims for partial benefits totaled t Mrs. J. E. Stampfli visited in Su- vrphans--Between 20,000 and~ Mrs Eva Neer, who served refresh- I . . ~)00 ha~ been set for May 2. At the close [$68447.53, representing a 232 per sanv]iie ~aturoay. of the Fashion Show, tea will be rcen[s at the lose o[ the meeting. I ~ : . . . icJlt increase over the AVa~ aistrmu- ! %Villiam Young of San Francisco lTomeless---525,000. ,zel'ved. ut;e refreshments conslste~ ot ice I ' Destroyed~By over 60,000 Rus- itiun of $29,44860. visited his parents Mr. and Mrs. cream ann (lellc]ous nose maaq~ ~ ' sinn bombs: 1,460 wooden houses, . . . I Out-of-state claims accounted f~' C E Young, in Taylorsville over ~ cakes. The tables were charmingly I.~23b 742 " " 122 brick houses, four churches, . 1 uu, or ~.z per cent of the'the week-end. decorateo [or me ~aster season. r ~beuefit total, manager Geary indi- Dr and Mrs Lloyd Hardgrave of eight hospitals. with co ortul nouquets oz [lowe .~ " d t Damaged--2,619 wooden houses, and bri~htl-~, y d'yed hard-boiled e-"sss ,+ care . I San Francisco visited, relatives in 364 brick houses, five churches, 12 ,t r~ n~h ~, I t :Benefit claimants in the Plumas 1Taylorsvllle over the week-end. Start the Spring lea received 3,019 checks amoun hospitals. WITH A NEW ues. ~ lrs. Alan l-lamey el t~reen-, IVAISS l