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INDIAN VALLEY RECORD THURSDAY, APRIL 25, 1940 MRS. GOLDA GOTT, PROP. SUNDAY - APRIL 28 Chicken Broth with Rice or Fruit Cocktail Lettuce and Tomato ~alad Italian Spaghetti 1~ Fried Spring Chicken and Julienne Potatoes Asparagus Tips with Creme Sauce Fresh String Beans Fruit Jello with Whipped Cream or Dov;l'~ Food Cake Coffee CORNICK SHOE SHOP PORTOLA Boot and Shoe Repairing Speciatzing on Invisible Half Soles Special Service on Loggers' Boots Leave Your Shoes at John Le- gat's Place in Greenville Shop Open From 9 A. M. TO 5 P. M. MAKE SATURDAY APPOINTMENTS IN ADVANCE BEAUTY SHOP Hazel Bowerman OWNER-OPERATOR I I GREENVILLE CLUB DAL EUBANKS, Manager GREENVILLE, CALIF. Cigars, Cigarettes, Soft Drinks, Pool and Club Rooms Come in and VlMt With Us r~ PINE,FIR, I:3AK AND LI'M B WOCI O Put Your Order in Now For Next Winter's Woetd Wood Yard Located 'Near Greenville Hot" Springs Sontero Wood Yard PHONE 10-M4 Illl Ask for RANDOM OBSERVATIONS (By J. O. Davis) Mrs. Louisa Tanner Corresvondent 'Tll cross that bridge when I come to it," Burton K. Wheeler is quoted by the San Francisco Chron- icle as saying on April first (all fool's day) when he was asked if he would svpport President Roosevelt [ ~-.- ,I sara, ~. o. ~iehl teIt tne minnie re- re-election. The Montana Sena-I . . . . tel last week for Berkeley, where tor--formerly regaraeu as a mau-I ms~e wm vtmt ner oaugnter ann son- ins progressive--furnishes striking[in law Mr and Mrs Earl Hook proof of the power of that myste-| - ' r~ous something in Washington that Mrs. Barbara D~avan and son, causes reaction to bloom where pro- ~,ress was planted in the congress of the United States. It is difficult to recognize in the Wheeler of today the VCheeler who bitterly attacked all reaction and reactionaries in the campaign of 1924 when he was a cendidate for vice-president on the I'tcgressive ticket. Now, in dis- cu~sing the administration of a pro- gre~sive president, who is of his own professed political faith, much ef his language sounds strangely lil o the speech of Frank Hogan, Publisher Gannett or the sage of San Simeon. "Court packing' is t~Le Wheeler term for the effort of the president to find a way to sn- arls democracy to work at a time when the president, the congress and the people Were hog-tied and helpless because a conservative su- preme court said the will of the sovereign people was contra~T to :he constitution and was, therefore, null and void. How much honesty there was in the tearful appeal of the reactionaries to not touch the ark of the court with unholy hands is evidenced by the statement of Mr. F~ank Hogan, not long since, to the effect tbat the present court, with its liberal majority, can not longer be depended upon to protect the lilt. erties handed down by the fathers ~and we must now look to the con- :gress for protection. In plain Eng- :lish that means that to the stant]- i Fatter a stand-pat supreme court is a sacred and untouchable institu- tion that the common herd must ~enerate and reserve; but when I ,the same court, through filling va-I i canc~es caused by retirement andi :death, becomes, as is the present I a liberal court, it suddenly: becomes, to the stand-patter, just a bunch of guys named Elmer and the stand-patter tells us that we must rush to the congress to be saved. Do not forget that this is the same congress that the same ~tand-patter told us was lower in intelligence than a worm's stomaeh when reaction was trying to main- tain a conservative court to pro- ttet us from the dangers we might expect from the same congres~ Is it surprising that the same forces and the same people whom Vheeler so bitterly denounced in 1924 are r ow his supporters and pals. Mrs. Roosevelt, in her syndicated column, speaks of encountering some of our investigating legisla- tors recently on a railway train and some of her carefully worded com. ment would suggest that the travel- i,a~r law-makers were somewhat in- ebriated, crocked, stewed, lit, or .lust plain drunk. That was one of the features of junkets to be ex- pected as far back as 1907, when this writer was a Sacramento law- maker In fact, that legislative in- c]ination was water on the wheel of Gerald, and Miss Elizabeth Turner spent Saturday and Sunday in Reno. Mrs. Ruby Nelson entertained the members of the Crescent Home club Wednesday of last week at her home here. Refreshments were served and a pleasant afternoon we,- spent. Those present were ]~rs. Luzzadder, Mrs. Noble, Mrs. Gunn, Mrs. Herring, Mrs. Wise, Mrs. F. Stampfli, Mrs. Tanner, Mrs., and the hostess. A. J. Sheehan, who has been in Oroville the past three months, re- turned home Sunday Mrs. Shee- hel~d will return later. Mrs. Helen Klein went to Per- tola Friday, where she is staying with her mother while having den- trl work done. Mrs. S.F. Luzzadder, Mrs. F. Stampfli, Mrs. Gertrude Beeman, Mrs. H. C. Neer, Mrs. I~uisa Tan- ner drove to Quincy Thursday to the meeting of the Portola and In. 2tan Valley Garden clubs. Mr. and Mrs. Orval Blair visited at the home of Mrs. Ivy Perry Sun. day. Mr. and Mrs. J. I. Kel!ey and Mrs. Fern Loveness and daughter were in town Sunday from Green- ville. Mrs. Willie Kin-~on came home Sunday from Quincy. She is im- proving nicely from her recent op- eration. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Dolphin were in town Sunday from Taylors- ville. Mr. and Mrs. Claud Neer came up from Pulga Friday evening and re- trrned home Saturday. Mrs. Coreene Sorsoli is visiting in Orovtlle and receiving medical at- tenton. Mrs. Lee Johnson was in town Thursday from her home near Tay- lorsville. Mrs. H C. Neer and Mrs. G. L. Tanner were callers in Taylorsville Saturday. Miss Thelma Kunzler of Green. vllle visited Miss Margie Lanahan last week-end. Seve~ral from here attended the bar.d concert at Greenville last Thursday evening. Mrs. Lola Sorsoli and baby and Mrs. Barbara Delavan and son drove to Quincy Thursday, where Mrs. Sorsoli is having dental work done. Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Williams left last Thursday for San Francisco to visit their daughter, Louise, who is employed there. Mrs. Rosemary Lambert, Mrs. Iola Sorsoli and children, Mrs. the lobbyist with a liberal expensei account, a wilUngness to sign the checks in the bar and the dining room and with something to put over that should not be tnvesti-~ gated too closely if it was to suc- ceed. It is certain that since that far off day lobbyists have multi- IMItS. LOIUSA TANNER DELEGATE FOR REBEKAHS Mrs. Muriel Maunder I At a recent meeting of Plumas Correspondent /l~,chekah Lodge, No. 27, Mrs. Louisa ,Tanner of Crescent Mills was elect- Mr. and Mrs. A.J. Taresh and ~cd delegate to the Rebekah assem- children spent Sunday at Rio Linda bly, which meets in Fresno the at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jack second week in May. She w~s also Stark. recommended to be district deputy ,esident for District 64 for this Mrs. Don Alexander and Mrs. ,ear. Paul Vaughn were here Friday from Quincy. C.M. Boyes is recovering from tn attack of influenza Mary Trussell, Bill and John Young came up from San Francisco Saturday. Miss Trussell and Bill Young returned Sunday ~vening while John stayed here. They were accompanied on their return trip to San Francisco by M;ss Barbara Y~aidwin and friend who spent the past week here. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Sobrero, Bob an(, Louise Sobrero and June LeRoy went to Oakland last Saturday to attend the funeral of Clarence Be- craft who was electrocuted while attempting to catch a fellow worker who was falling from a pole. Mr. Becraft was the husband of Mrs. Mary Sobrero's grandaugnter and also a cousin of Mrs. J.A. Hard- glare and of Mrs. J. J. Kelly Harvey Dolphin and A. Maunder made a trip to Oakland Saturday Mrs. Les McColm and daughter of Standish visited Mr. and Mrs. Marcel McCutcheonhere Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. McCoy and fvmily enjoyed a picnic at Lake Bidwell Sunday Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Lewis, Mr. and Mrs. David Sell of Westwood visited at the A. L. Fryar home ~unday. Mr. and Mrs, Ray Wherry and Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Semore spent an enjoyable day picnicing on Wolf Creek Sunday. HOME ECONOMICS CLUB of the Indian Valley Grange Meets Every Third "l~msday in Each Month ARLENE TARESH, Chairman. MARIAN TARE*S,H, Secretary. The Homer Vineyard family has moved to the Kirby mill. Leland Evans of Shingle Springs is visiting relatives here Mrs. J. C. Taresh and daughter, Nadine, and Mrs. Charlotte Elwood returned from Chico last ~Vednes. ~day. Nadine had her tonsils re- moved while there. Mrs. J.A. Hardgrave, Mr. and Mrs. Willis Hardgrave and Albert Heald went to Sacramento Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Grames and son of Walkermine spent the week-end with Mrs. Bertha Barnes. Everett Carroll moved back to Susanville Friday, after spending the winter months here at the home of his cousin, Mrs. June Pierce. Mrs. Ethel Curnow has moved Lack to her home in Geneses and Mr. and Mrs. Fulton Horntng are living here in the Dell Herring house. Marion and Ernest Curnow are staying with the Hornings to attend school. Robert Williams of Placerville is staying with his son, Robert, Jr. end family while seeking emploY" n:ent. OWL CAI SPECIAL 7-COURSE DINNEI Sunday, April 28 Will Cater to Private Parties lJl New Private Dining Room Phone 36-M-2 GREENVILLE, CALIF. Continues under ownership of A. C. DELL|LINGER OLDSMOBILE CARS AND GMC TRUCKS SALES AN~ SERVICE REPAIR WORK ON AL~ MAKES OF CARS A. A. A. EMERGENC~ " SERVICE CLEAN AS A LILY The Lily---dripping with fresh dew--gleaming in its silver w~ ters--is Nature's symbol of utter eleanliness. PLUMAS LAUNDRY has become this town's symbol for utter elemdiness in clothes. Our more modern, more complete pro- ceases mean so ranch to the life and looks of your clothes. They add so much iu appearance and cut so mush from your clothes budget, you must try us for your next laundry job for surprising resnlts. See Max, With the Red and Yellow. Truck Every Thursday and Friday Phmas Laundry- Portola J I IIII I I III II I Several persons from here at tended the meeting of the Indian Valley Garden club in Quincy Thursday. The Taresh Brothers sawmill started operating for the season Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs Len Remick of Qnincy called on friends here Sun- day~ Mr. and Mrs. Aldo ~rsoit, Wtl- liam Sobrero, Clyde Dolphin, Charles Wilson, Dorothy Neer, Ana- belle Hardgrave, Albert Toscani, Lloyd Wilson were among those who attended the rodeo in Red Bluff Sunday. J. Holmstrom of Los Angeles vis- Ited his brother C. R. Holmstrom and wife here over the week-end. p?ied, their expense accounts have Barbara Delavan and son and Miss Mr. and Mrs. G. R. Clark spent @ @ An Electric Range cook yourfood as the electrK refrigerator keeps it done likewise and their tnfluence Elizabeth Turner attended the the week-end in Reno, where Mr. tOW RATE When and at low cost you use an electric has increased accordingly. Inci- picture show in Greenville Monday Clark attended a Spanish War Vet- range you buy electric- Throughout California the swing is ot~ to dentally, we will never have an en- evening, clans' banquet, ity at a very low rate. at your tirely free state government until ~ electric cooking. In thousands of hor~es, "~.* a way has been found to eliminate Mr. and Mrs. J~-~. Hardgrave en- ~ wherejob of refrigeradon,electricity has electricalreadYrangestaken oVerare t~o~ithe uroeer s ]from the life of the capitol the CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SOCIETY tertalned a large number of friends taking over the cooking of food'. This deft' MADE BY [lobbyist and his corrupUng influ- Meets every Su--~ay, 11 a. m in at a party in honor of their twenty- [ence. He has more power there:the Clinch building, Quincy. Sun- sixth wedding anniversary Satur- tric cooking is bringing a new thrill is housekeeping. |~|AN VAI,I,~V Ithan any other force in our organ- day school at 9:45 a. m. Monthly night night. Here are the things these thousandS o~ a~a~,~t~ ~ I meeting, Clinch building, first Wed-~ housewives like They like the speed ~O- ized society. ~ nesday of each month, 8 p.m. ~AGI SPEID the perfecuonand theease and the lowC S. BAKERY,Some 'P-- p--~eple Print Anything Modern electric ranges The silliest thing which has ap- IndianValleyGrange of electriccooking. They like the depet~." haveln everySUpercookingSpeed unttS.oper, able heat of the electric range because it ,~ ' peared in print recently is entitled i" Classified NO. 439 ation you'll find elec- tric ranges will give exact heat and no guessing. And foo | "How to Make ,a Double Petunia MeetSof eaeh2nd andmonth4th atTUesdaYTaylorsvilleeVening~ yOUwill allevertheneed.Speed you cooked electric looks and tastes better. ~'.I0ut of a Begoni. It goes like this: Join the swing to electric cooking. $e r~ ~ '~T ~'~ ~ n ~11 Begonia is a kind of sausage. NEAL STARK, Master the new low priced 1940 Electric Ranges. v A sausage and batteryi' a crime A D S 'AM S eeretar'' I ]U[ J, ~ l~l.~ l~$ ~[I People crime trees. Learn how litde it costs right at home cook electrically. It is not a luxury. It -- ~t/ Trees a crowd. V A V ~[] Crowds make a noise. SINCERITY LODGE for you---for everybody. So why wait soy No. 132, F. & A.M. longer to cook the modern way---buy yore I ~J ~l| Your noise is on your face. ~j[~-~T~ Meets Second Friday electric range today! $[1 The eyes also have it. ~ l~light of Each Month[ ~[| Likewise the nays. BUDWEISER AND ANllEU- ~][ Horses nay. . FOR RENT---Business building on / " v " "at 8 O'Clock. " {t[AN of coune $|| YOUR DIAL|R OR THIS OMpAFIf SER-BUSCH BEER ~1| Horses have colts. Main street in Greenville. Suits- S.F. LUZZADDER, Master. ~e electric range is the ON DRAUGII~ ~[| Go to bed with a colt. ble for any type of business. Es- W.J. HALL, Secretary helpsWaysstaYskeep.likeyournewkitchenand fitted for meat market, looking hke new. PACIFIC GAS AND ELECTRIC COMPA~I ~111 Wake up with double petunia. pecially e'Orelgn e~ 1~omestle wmsl~les ~1| ice plant and cold storage, Living FAST " CLEAN LOW-COSY All Kinds of Wines & Liquors |l| quarters above. See or write P. M~. Valentine Zunlno, Prop. C. Nye, Crescent Mills, Calif. it W.J. HALL ~ w-~0 c. Zunlno, Mgr. NOTARY PUBLIC Greenville Hotel Bldg. WOOD AND POS'PS FOR SALE-- Greenville, Calif. GR]~IfiNVII#LE, CALIF. All kinds qf wood and all lengths. J.E. SAMPSON, Greenville P.O.