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TH-tYRSDAY, MAY 9, 1940 ,INDIAN VALLEY RECORD I :vNT i LOnSVaLE "I" l Gorrespondent M~. Louisa Tanner C.I. Hall was here from Mason Correspondent Nevada last Wednesday. Mrs. Alta Hall and Mrs. Lois Webb Mr and Mrs.-'~ldo Sorsoll wer~ of Greenville visited Mrs. Alice Wol- aong'the d|nne'r guests at the home ;ere Monday. of Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Hosselkus ~ - in Genessee last Thursday. ~mmett uownmg ana ~eorge ~ldrtdge came up from Sacramento - ---- lvlr. anl~ 5its. K.W. Fisher, Mr. t i H i OLSON ASKS DEFEAT OF CLINTON J. FULCHER REDDING, ~ &--Governor Culbert L. Olson left no doubt in the minds of residents of this sec- tion of the state that ih~e is going to actively oppose the reelection of the economy bloc Democrats who broke with the administration and op- posed his legislative program. He asked here last Friday for the defeat of Assemblyman Clinton J. Fulqher, who represents this area, with the statement that "when LEGAL AD RTISEM.F NOTICE OF ELECTION ]F0~ MEMBER OF GOVERNIlg0 BOARD OF HIGH SCHOOL DISTRICT (School Code Section 2.10~) Notice is her--~y given to Electors of the Greenville Elem#v ary School District of PIU~ County, California, that the Ann~ Election of ~embers of the gove~" ing board of the Plumes CoU~i~ High School District, will be lseJ~ at the Greenville Elementary Seb0~ in said elementary school dlstrl.G~ on the f~rst Friday in JUNE, vm INDIAN VALLEY ]PUblished Every Thursday By LAURENCE LOCKNEY Entered as second-class matter November 27, 1930, at the post office at Greenville, California, under the Act of March 3, 1879. Obituaries, Cards of Thanks and all notices of entertainments given for profit, charged for the same as other advertising. Copy for advertising must reach the Record office not later than Wednes- day forenoon to insure publication in the ~a~rent issue. All eommunica- Mona and items of news must reach the Record not later than Tuesday evening to insure publication. All communleatlons must bear the slgna- ture of the author, but will not be published ff requestea not to do so. RASEBALL DIRECTORS PLAN BIG SEASON OPENING the selections next Monday night ate: Fred tthumate and Cy Hall ot Greenville; A. W. Arnall, J. O. Directors of the Feather River Goodwin and C. P. Huntzman of Baseball League met Monday night I~eddle; Foote of Petiole; Ray in Quincy to gather up the loose Patchen of Sloat; Louis Little of ends before the opening of the base- SFrlng Garden; Ace IrWin and Jim Harold Ruedy of ball season In Plumes county May Kelton and 19. League President Julian Atklns Quincy, and Coleman Caughey of was in the chair. Keddie. The directors reviewed the club~ ------~--o~ rosters of players. By reason that [ ATTEND DISTRICT P.-T. A. Graeagle and Portola had not yet [ MEET AT PAXON INN had sufficient practice to pick out ~ ------ their plays.re, the deadline for sub-[ Mrs. Ira Benson, president of mitring the club rosters to Seers-[the Greenville Parent-Teacher As- tary C. H. Geil was moved up to ~ s~ciation, Mrs. W. C. Magnuson, Monday night, May 13, at which lMrs. IS. P. West, Mrs. L. P. Han- time the directors will meet with ]ey and Mrs. "Elmer Robinson at- the league umpires. There are tended a meeting of the Thirteenth some 11 names of umpires before tDtstrict of Parents and Teachers the directors. I held at the Paxton Inn on April 25. Members of the board expressed Sixty-eight parents ~and teachers ~,unday t~ see their families. They ~ turned the same evening. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Dolphin of raylorsville were in town Saturday. Charlie Wolte~ Sunday for the Fox logging camp where he will be employed. Rev. S. S. Webster was a caller at the G. H. Welters home Sunday on and Mrs. L. C. Fisher and Mrs. S. V. Fisher went to Susanville Thurs- to ~ee Gone With The Wind, and on Friday night Beverly Williams, John Young, Bill Sobrero, Albert, I Arthur and Mary Toscani and Louise Sobrero, went to see the ~ame show. Airs. C. J. Taresh~a~ld Mr. and Mrs. Marcel McCutcheon and. chtldren, I you elect a successor to Mr. Fulcher I hope you make sure to get a man who represents the people's inter- c~ts." Fulcher opposed most of the gov- ernor's program in ~h~c 1939 ses- alert, including the Pierovlch cheap ~ater and power bill. Harry See, a secretary of the Democratic Central Committee, hay been in Fulcher's district for JUNE 7, 1940. It will be necessary to' elect z member for t~hlree years. The polls will be open betW,ee~t the hours of 2 o'clock P. M. and ~ o'clock P. M. Signed: F, E. I~AMPSCHMIDT' EMILY BAR. L. O. GRAY. M. McINTOSH. E. I. LAIVE. his way to Taylorsvllle. spent the week end at Standish.the past 10 days looking over the Members of Governing ~ political situation. The report is========:~- The Crescent home club metat Mrs. Marie .~urnett and Mrs. C. that Sam Finley, Yreka attorney,P~~"iR OA~ the home of Mrs. H.C. Near on L Stephenson went to Susanvllle will be Fulqh, er s opponent with the Y AND ~'ednesday of last week. Refresh- last Friday. blessing of the Cleon administra- ments were served, tion. LiMB WBO0. I Mrs. Juno Pierce has been suf. Fulcher was rated as one of the Put Your Order in Now 1~ Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Klngdon and faring from severe lacerations on most violent obstacles to a progres- Next Winter's Wood sons drove to Susanville Saturday her foot, caused from the bite of a siva administration program in the to see "Gone V~'ith The Wind". They dog. She is improving satisfac- last session of the legislature. He Wood Yard Located NeJr returned home Sunday. Others who torily. Her son, Ernest Pierce, threw ,h,is lot in with opponents of Greenville Hot Springs went from here to see the same' came over from Susanville to see the administration, and even where sh w were Mrs" A" J" Sheehan' Mrs" her Saturday' and her daughter' P !icies f admtnistrati n were det" W0dY d Cliff Sheehan,Miss Elizabeth Turner Mrs. Vera Thompson, also of Su- rimental to his own district, he M0nter0 0 ar Mr. Harris, Howard Tanner and sanville, spent the day with her voted consistently with the bloc PHONE 1O.M-5 Mrs. Barbara Delevan. Monday. which opposed Olson. the opinion that everything looked were present at the potluck lunch- The -co-Is of Mode count- Ful- favorable for a big opening day in leon served at noon. Mrs. M. S. Mrs. Myrtle Derrick arrived here Dr. and Mrs. Lloyd Hardgrave cher's ::~Pcountv are =ore f:miliar the league and that the interest ofiBernardo, president of the district last week to be with her brother, and daughter, NancY,and Jim ~" -- - : i . xv~n ms pericles ~nan are ~ne people the people generally m much pzemaeu C K Jarvis Th are living in the 'Chestnut of Sat From [sco sent I " . . . e~ ~ ',P .n other parts of his district, and BUDWEISER AND ANIIEIJ" Names of umpires b I " MRS GOLDA GOTT I~ " " ' " i Fulcher to give him a clear majoritySEB-BUSCH BEEH from whom the directors will make ] " " I -------- -~- Dated: ThUrsday, May 9, 1940. [ Mrs. E. J. Humphrey war here Mrs. Hazel Wetgand and children ltr the race. ON DRAUGHT 'dnesda ' Fulcher's assembly district is I from ~reenville We y. and a friend from Petaluma spent I #kmon 'hos~-w-ho attended thethe week-end here with Lou Snook. composed of Trinity, Shasta, Siski- Foreign & Domestic Whiskie@ -- -- -- ~[| g t e you, Modoc, Lessen, Plumasand All Kinds of Wines & I,lqu01~ EasternStar meeting held In ' a Sierra counties. B ~1]-- "11 FHda evenin were John Young drove Mrs. Len M~. Valentine Zunino, Pr01~ { t~reenw e y g ]~ ~ I ~ I'| zz der Mrs An0 Sobrero to Portola Monday to see ' - L-~ -------- C. Zunlno, Sgrj I~ ~ I ~ ~i I~rs. Margarec u a,- - LAI~I~ON LOGGING COMPANY I[~ I~ .~,~4- / ,~ " ",-~ I, ~, n .m~u El I " " d n Mrs Dolores Kelton "ner ms~er, Mrs. r~ome aowcn, WhO na ~mg o, EMPLOYS 50 MEN IN WOOD~ ]1 ~=]~F1 .~ 1 ~ V~J~FH ~t[ Iisverytli in the P rt la h spital" Greenville Hotel Bldg. I JL~k~JL ~L~ ~t~ ~. ~,~ V ~JL ~.[[ ~11 Emery EsanJ left Sunday night| -- l TV. R Larison manager of the~GREI~NVILLE' CALIF. |12 ~][lfor San Francisco for medical treat- Dorothy Stephenson, with her . " . ' tm ~ . ~rtson L~gglng company holding [~ ~[|ment granamotner, ~zrs. ~v~arle ~vrnecc ~ -. -,- " lnc contract tOlog for one etzer ,I ~ spent the week-end in Qutncy with ! ' ~ox company saWmi 1 in t~reenville I~ A ~I| Mr and Mrs E L Welters and relatives " ' ----- ~i " " " ~. " ~ employs 50 men in the woods and ]~ ~ ~J~ ]~llson were down from ~ouna valley ------ I. in tne camp and office l! ~ ~]lMouday Gtts Stampfll and Mrs. Arthurl . " e,t " . l Lerlson is superintendent of the l~lm]~ " " ~I[ ~r j I-lamblin of Quincy was In operations Harry Lemm is head Where we serve the best of everything in " " . "------ Starnpl'itthc S V Fisher f Susanv, nehome Sunday.V's'ceu ac.!l . ' ! " "~ ~lltown Saturaay. " " [rigger, R. L. Cotton is bullbackand Good Steaks Mrs Ruth Clark Marion and l Kenneth DeWitt is tractor me [I ~[l~Y~,-ffi,-~ T ~e D,~,rffi~ t![ Mrs. H.C. Neer spent Friday with Vern "Clary, Mrs Martha Barnes~chanic. L. F. Pr~deaux is office Good Chops lllt: q JLJlqt qJl' DUUI- lelatives at Ta lorsvllle mana er and ttmekee e and Mrs [] IIIC,Jt.JlqUUl',DUUI- Y and son, Larry, and LaVelle Staley[ g P r Good RoaS~ [[ 1]1 ~ went to Oroville Sunday ]B. A. Ferher is emnloyed as ceok. I i| Mr. and Mrs. George Tanner el- ' ------ |The camp contain~ an excellent All Kinds of |sltcd Mr. and Mr, s. Earl Arnold Mr and Mrs Don Garvln of old- c,ok house. Cooked Meats " in Greenville Sunday, I " il ~1 . IIII IIII FINE ': PAPER J. Thompson came up from the bay reEion Friday to go on a fishing trip with Tom Dynan. Mrs. S.C. Frolich and a couple from Reno called on Mrs. Emm~ V~right one day last week. Holman Pumph~ey and John Mot risen were here from, Indian Falls Wednesday. Friends of the Camlle Frizzle fe mlly hero were ~orry to hear of the death of Mrs. Frizzle and the sympathy of the entire community is extended to the bereaved ones. Mrs. W. L. Klein returned Sunday from Portola. F. Kaulback of Quincy Is a guest at the Robert Kelton home. AMERICAN LEGION MEETS field, Nevada, ar,dved Monday to spend a week with Mrs. Sallie Gar- vln. Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Wendt of . Roseville and Mrs. Wendt and daughter of Minnesot~t were guests of Mrs, Charlotte Elwood over the week-end. Mr. and Mrs. I~ymond Edson and Alice Elwocd of Susan- viHe were also guests of Mrs. El- wood for the week-end. C. L Stephenson and Harvey Dolphin made a business trip to Red Bluff Monday. ~rover Herring of Oakland spent stveral days of last week here at tLc M. B. Herring home. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Herring and children of Caribou spent Sunday at the M. B. Herring home. DIAN VALLEY RECOP.D GREENVILLE, C~LIFOENIA " CRflFTSMftNSHIP JAMES McDONALD" INJTJRF ,D WHEN STRUCK BY CAR Trucking the logs is under con- tract to W. T. Hess. ~i~'EAR RED SHIRTS FOR GOLD DIGGERS' SHOW Red shirts will" again be the vogue for the Greenville Gold Dig- gers' Sh~w and Gigantic Street Pa- rade, to be held Saturday, June 22. This was decided at a meeting of the firemen held Monday night. The firemen expect every mart, woman and child within a radius of miles and miles of Greenville to adopt a red skirt, a red blouse, or whatever it is women are wearing nowadays. It is planned to wear red every day for a wee~ or two i preceding the event for the purpose of advertising the big show. The parade will start at 2:30 in the afternoon of June 22 and the Cold Diggers' Show will start at 18 p. m. WHEEL CAUSES FIRE The Best of Meats at Reasonable Prices Webb's Meat Market II Pal's Barber Shop J. E. Stampfli, proP' Greenville, Calif. Open 8:30 A.M. Close 7:00 P" Im HAIRCUT SHAVE ZJe Ladies' Neck Trhn 2~ WARDLOW'S Confectionery GXEENV J . oax . SOFT DRINKS IN TOWN HALL MONDAY James McDonald, employee of the A fire of more than peculiar --- Owl Cafe, was removed to the Bat-[origin was reported recently by CANDIF ~ Indian Valley Post, No. 568, Amer- ~or. hospital Saturday night follow-[District Ranger Ben Beard of the CIGARS Scan Legion, will meet in the Jus- ing injuries sustained when he waslMilford district of the Plumas Na- NOV~LT][F ~ tics of the Peace office in the struck by a car driven by Clifford|tional Forest. A truck wheel came G~eenvllle town hall Monday night. Nelson. McDonald had four ribs|off W~h~ie the truck was traveling April 13. Archle Kunzler, ecru- bxoken, an arm injury and laeera-[ln Long Valley, near Doyle. mander of the post, invites all vet. Hens about the face. [ The wheel that came off war one erans of the World War to attend ,o~a set Of duals. Absence of this kRDLOV the meeting. ~ [second dual was noted when the [truck was inspected at Doyle. The Liq NOTICE OF ELECTI driver immediately started search ~"~-" EL~.ENT~Y sc,oo I' "theml"ingequipment. About nor Store f~ ~l~/~~/ ~ TRUSTEE ~ [three miles back th;e tire was found DOMESTIC & IMPORTED ~:~//'~'~",f///'l//Le~lJr ~ Jleanlng against a bridge railing WritES i LIQUORS 'Y'/('~//~/'~-- a-~~~EleNc~t irc: lsthhe~eb:engtary Schoolr District il~en/ the |ofe ~:JPiumasmen- [fwhich had caught flrom head developed" re' apparently S RV C from friction. County, California, that the Annual Ware.-~He -BO d Hust Election of members of the govern-i Ass enry y,-- ing board of ~hJe Greenville Ele-[Morgan and John Rank, all of mentary School District, will be lWestwood, visited Mr. and Mrs. E I held at the Greenville ElementarY[Orbv Ware and daughter Sunday School in said elementary 'chool, Motor Co. district on the first Friday in FINED FOR--T-~-M~ TROUT JUNE, viz, JUNE 7, 1940. ] 0 A.L. FARR, Mlpr. It will be necessary to elect 1,Charles Wilson and Stanley Dol-GREENVILLE, CALIF. member for three years. [ohl- "-^re fined e2~ each i- the The Lost is Found The polls will be open between /~ -". w~ - -- ;~. - th hours of 2 o'clock P M and 6|cOurt Of JUStice O, Peace W.J. FORD AGENCY By Our Want Ads +clock P. M leall Monday for having too many Signed: [trout in their possession. They ' SALES AND 'SEilVIOJ Whim yOU IoN tin I~v l~i~l ADELAIDE BIDWELJ.~ [were arrested Sunday on Hungry l~imlr Work on All Mak~ C. L. HALL, ~ of Cm "they Don't St, y Lost Lo.I RALPH LO'ZANO. Creek by Game Warden E. J. "- ' Members of Governing Board. aonnson. -'~