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THURSDAY, APRII~ :~], !9~D "~ ~I)IA~ VALLEY RECORD ,~. 11 ~1 I llII II I ii,i i ii i L I. 2 I I I ii ii I I i i HERE'S WHAT YOU GETI COLLIER'S (Weekly) 52 Issues WOMAN'S HOMI COMPANION 12 Issues WOMAN'S WORLD 12 Issues tIOUSEIIOLD MAGAZINE 12 Issues THE COUNTR,Y HOME 12 Issue: FARM JOURNAL and FARMER'S WIFE 12 Issue GREENVILDI INDIAN VALLEY RECORD 52 Issues All Seven for One Year If you prefer, you can have LIBEttTY Magazine, or LOOK (the picture magazine) one year in tead of Collier's. I !1 YOU GET ALL SEVEN publications for ONE FULL YEAR, and if you are already a subscriber to ANY, of these well-known publications, your present subscription will be extended one full Near. Return the coupon below to our office AT ONCE, and you will receive :FIVE BIG MAGAZINES each, month, also COIA~IER'S and TttE INDIAN VALLEY RECORD each week--that's 112 magazines and 52 newspapers 164 issues in all---for only $3.50. (ORDER AT ONCE before we have to withdraw this offer, or advance the price. II I USE THIS CO PON AND SAVE $3.00 INDIAN VALLEY RECORD, GREENVILLE, CALIFORNIA : Date I want to accept your magazine offer before it is wi hdraw . Enclosed is $3.50 in FULL PAYMENT for a ONE YEAR'S subscription, Nl or RENEWAL, to the [ollowing SEVEN publications: LNDIAN VAI ] Y RF 0RD I yr. HOUSEHOLD MAGAZINE 1 yr. DOLLIER'S (Weekly) 1 yr. THE COUNTRY HOME 1 yr. WOMAN'S HOME COMPANION 1 yr. FARM JOURNAL and WOMAN'S WORLD 1 yr. FARMEtt'S WIFE 1 yr, ( ) Check here if you want LIBERTY one year instead of Collier's. ( ) Cheek here if you want 5OOK one year insiead of Collier's. d Name Address rown : State ii Mrs. Louisa Tanner Corresvondent Clint Seer and son, Austin, spent a couple of days last week in Sac- ramento. Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Wtlliams are spending a few days at their mine on Grizzly Creek. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Welters and ~on returned from Nevada City Saturday and went to their home in Round Valley. C. K. Jarvis, who has been at the county hospital in Quincy the past f!ve months, returned here Satur- 0ay. tie has a room at the Sorsgli Hotel. We are glad to see him greatly improved. Mayor A. C. Frol~lich of Reno vis- ited his sister, Mrs. Emma Hright, ~erc Sunday. He drove .in with Lester Schneider, who went on to Greenville. Quite a number from here at- tended the dance at Taylorsvil}e ,ast Saturday night. Among them were Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Klein, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. McRorie/ Mrs. Rob- eft Keller and sons, Mrs. A. M. "Wise and daughter, Joyce Arthur Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Sheehan, Mr. ~nd Mrs. Bud Strong, Mrs. Bar- bara Delavan, Misses Elaine and Merle West, Mr. Harris and How- rd Tanner. The Crescent Home club met at the home of Mrs. Frank Stampfli Wednesday of last week. Refresh- ments were served and a pleasant afternoon passed. Mrs. Lqla Sorsoli and children al~d Tom Dynan and Son drove to Quincy Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Peter were dcwn from the North Arm one day last week. Mr. and Mrs. George Tanner I drove to Greenville Sunday after- noon. William Klngdon was a business visitor in Quincy one day last meek. Charley V olters spent several days of last week in Nevada City. He drove down to help his brother and family move out. Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Peck were in town Thursday to attend the funer- al of R. L. Laufman. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Dolphin and son were guests at the If. C. Seer home one day last week. Mrs. Murlel Maunder Correspondent Mr. and Mrs. K.W. Fisher made a business trip to Susanville Thurs- day. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Dolphin went tc Red Dluff last Friday where they purchased a new Chevrolet car. Mr. and Mrs Chas. Thompson and ch'ldrcn of Susanvtlle visited Mrs. Jvne Pierce Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Vaden DeForest and baby of Susanville visited Mrs. Edna Fisher and family Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. C.E. Young, Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Boyden, Mrs. Edna Fisher, Mrs. A. J. Maunder were among those who attended the fun- elal of Lee Laufman in Greenville Last Wednesday. Ambrose Sikes had to return to the hospital in Greenville others he ~s still receiving treatment for an infected arm. Mrs.Earl Stead was the guest of honor at a household shower Tue~- day afternoon at the home of her sister, Mrs. Stanley Dolphin. Lawrence Fisher is in the Batson hospital recovering from injuries he sustained when hit by a large slab of rock while working at the Cherokee mine last Friday night. He has a broken collar bone and several minor injuries. Mrs. George Curnow and Mrs. A. 2 Maunder attended the a meeting ~,f the Eastern Star Lodge in West- wood Monday night on the occasion of the official visit of the Deputy Grand Matron. Nearly 150 guests Were present at the meeting. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kloppenburg el Quincy and Mr. Mrs. Tom Mc- Rorle of Crescent Mills were guests at the A. J, Taresh home Sunday. Mrs. Ivy Perry spent several d~ys here last week while taking census. Mrs. C.L. Stephenson and chil- dren were dinner guests Sunday night of Mr. and Mrs. J I. Kelly in Greenville. Grace Maunder was surprised with a party Saturday on the occa- [siGn of her tenth birthday. Th0 children present were: Jaequlline anu Barbara Johnson, Lenore all| Dorothy Vanderhoeven, Bobby and Lmry Stephenson, Oma, Vena and M~rgaret Thompson, Mary, Dolores ttughes, Wilma Dolphin, June I~ Hughes Wilma Dolphin, June Le t2oy, Frances Retzlaff, Lois Fisher and Dolores Taresh. Will Savercool, a former Taylor~" x'lle resident and brotherinlaw 0f George Chamberlain, passed away ~ Mcnday at his home at Kelsey, t California. He is survived by hil I x~ife and one son who live la I?ouglas, Arizona. I,I,;GA L' ADVERTISEMENT" NOTICE TO CItEDITORS No. 2284 In IIIc Supt,ri,)r Court, <)f the State of ('alirornia, in and for the (~()lllllly of Phllll~lS. In lhe Matler of lhe Estate of EDWARD SNELL, also known DR. EDWARD SNELL, Deceased. N()TICE IN Ill,]I{I,H~Y GIVEN bY the undersigned, Administratri~ with the will annexed of the Estate Lf Edward Snell, also known as Dr, Edward Snell, deceased, to the c,'edi~ors of and all person3 havtn$ claims against the said deceased, to file them, with the necessary vouchers, within six months after the first publication of this notice, in the office of the Clerg of the SuDortor Court of the stat0 of (" lif). i,in and for the County of Plumas, or to exhibit suCl~ claims, with the necessary voUCh" ers, within six months after the first publication of this notice tO the said Administratrix at her ret i0rnce at the corner of Pine and C'mrch Streets, in the Town of Greenville, State of California, which said residence the under signed selects as her place of busi- ncvs in all matters connected wit~l said Estate of Edward Snell, als0 k-~own as Dr. Edward Snell, de- e~ ased. Dated this 4th day of April, 1940: JOSEPHINE OTIS SNELL, Admlnistr0trix with the WHI All" nexed of the Estate o,-Edwar~ Snell, also known as Dr. ~d" Ward Snell, deceased. Deposits Insured by The Federal Deposit Washington, D. C. Mr. and Mrs. Millikin and chil- dren were over from the Ktngdon xanch Sunday. $5000 FOR EACH DEPOSITOR $5000 I-/arry Lorraine of Engelmtne was in town Saturday. Mrs. S. F. Luzzadder took some members of the Eastern Star to ~estwood Monday night to attend a meeting there. W. A. Kingdon, Jr took his wife to Quincy Monday evening, where she will he operated on for append- icitis. A. W. James was down from his mine above Greenville Thursday. OROVILLE FLOWER SHOW TO BE HELD APRIL rl-l$ OROVILLE, April 10.--The Sixth Annual Flower Show, sponsored by the Oroville Women's Community club, will be held on April 17 and 18 In the Municipal Auditorium in Ore- rills. These flower shows, in which the community has a part, are getting bigger and better each year, and the attendance runs into the thou- sands. There will be no charge for ad- mission. Every person is invited to attend and also to bring or send flower arrangements. Neighboring towns cooperate both in displa~,s and also having a part in the con- tinuous program presented. We Appreciate Your Account Large or Small INDIAN VALLEY BANK Commercial and Savings . GREENVILLE CALIFORNIA I General Merchandise Greenville California The center fountain, scene from Paris, Gold Lake replica, wild '.%~!, "---~" .'~T~'~"-~----~, ', .-,v~-----: flower exhibit and many other ad- ded attractions will be presented. " NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC On and after this date I will not be responsible for any indebtedness contracted by any person other than myself. Dated: Greenville, California, April II, 1940. (Signed) WILMA BARRIE. T at Lain A Year A SUBSCRIPTION TO The Home New,paper