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INDIAN VALLEY RECORD THURSDAY, MAY 9, 1gl0 QUINCY BAND CONCERT The Quincy High School Band, directed by C. R. Schott, will hold its eleventh annual concert tonight at eight o'clock on the high school l$.wn. Mr. and Mrs. H. P. West returned from San Francisco Tuesday night, where they went to celebrate their twentieth wedding anniversary. TRY A New Delicious Bread for All the Family Fortified With WHEAT GERM Contains VitalnB B, E, and G This bread is baked with Ger- in wheat. It has ten times the wheat germ contained in 100% Whole Wheat. BAKED AND SOLD AT" INDIAN VALLEY BAKERY [ o-g- iq ICE | Saturday Closing [~ Tiffs bextk will be closed every ]~ Saturday during the months I~ of June, July and August, I~ =~ conforms to slmila2 ae- [~ Won taken by other banks [~ operating in thls territory, pursuant to Chapter 414, Star. t ute~ of California, 1939. Indian Valley Bank GR NVILLE, CALIF. Bob McClure PIANO TUNER Will be in Greenville and vicinity this May to Tune and Service Pianos Kindly leave orders at Indian Valley Record Office tIERE IS THE LAW REGARDING ] DESTRUCTION OF NATIVE TREF~ AND pI~NTS The question is asked every day as to what kind of trees and shrubs ,and flowers can be legally picked ;vnd plucked. Here is the law on the subject, and it is section 384a of the Penal Code of California: Every person who within the St~tte of California wilfully or negli- gently cuts, destroys, mutilates, or removes any native tree or shrub, or fern Or herb o bulb Or cactus or flower, Or huckleberry or redwood greens, or portion of any native tree or shrub, or fern or herb or bulb or cactus Or flower, or huck- leberry Or redwood greens, growing upon state o county highway rights ot way, or who removes leaf mold thereon; provided, however, that tho provisions of this section shall not be construed to apply to any employee of the state or of any pc- litical subdivision thereof engaged in work upon any state, county or public road or highway while per- forming such work under the su- pervision of the state or of any po-I litical subdivision thereof, and every person who for commercial i purposes wilfully or negligently cuts, destroys, mutilates or removes e.ny native tree or shrub, or fern or herb or bulb or castus or flower, or huckleberry or redwood greens growing upon public land or upon ~and not his own, or leaf mold on *.he surf~tce of public land or upon land not his own, without a written permit from the owner of the land signed by such owner or his au- thorized agent, and overy person who knowingly sells, offers, or ex- roses for sale, or t~ansports for sale, any native tree or shrub, or fern or herb or bulb or cactus or flower, or huckleberry or redwood greens, or portion of any tree or shrub, or fern or herb or bulb or cactus or flower, or huckleberry or redwood greens, Or leaf mold, so cot or removed from state or county highway rights of way, Or removed from public land or from land not owned by the person who cut or removed the same without the iwritten permit from the owner of toe land, signed by such owner or his authorized agent, shall be guilty of a misdemeanor and upon con. vietion thereof shall be punisbed by a fine of not more than two hUnG ~r-~ dollars or by imprisonment in a county jail for not more than six JORDANS WILL WORK GOLDEN BEAR MINE 3~r. J. Jordan and son, Harry Jor- dan. accompanied by George Inger- soll and Cecil L. Mills, arrived from Mariposa Tuesday morning. They have taken a lease on the Golden Bear mine in the Gold Stripe Mining district, formerly un- der the operation of S. B. Waters, I and owned by Professor Hunt of the University of California. They will begin operation of the proper- ty at once. W. J. Jordan also owns a num- ber of mining claims in the region. SPORT FLASHESS (By Jlmmle May) The Greenville Merchants base- ball team outhit and outlucked an inferior Quincy Loggers team last Sunday by another lopsided score of 12 to 2. Graeagle, according to reports, is the team to beat for the Feather River Baseball League pennant. This is quite a coincidence, consid. c2 ing the fact that Greenville meets Craeagle here in the opening game of the pennant race. This game wAl be played on Clarke's field Sun- day, May 19. ! Again we x~" to express our thanks for the splendid turnout ofI baseball fans last Sunday. We hope e.nd probably will get better com- petition for the local ball club. The Quincy Merchants, Portola, andI Graeagle should provide lnteresting i competition for our'club. Sonny Adams was the only man in the Greenville lineup last Sun- day to get more than one hit. Sonny was credited with a double and a s;~gle in two official times at bat. We also noted an improvement in Adams' base running. Al Martin's face was a picture of Lefflod bewilderent when in th~ sixth inning of last Sunday's ball g~me, a ground ball spurted be- tween his legs and wobbled out into center field. A~ if to ease Al's feel- ings, Dick Hughes tied himself into a knot on another grounder, to let in one of Quincy's runs. Here's yOur reporter's first guess c the season: Dick Hughes, first baseman of the locals, will lead the lecals for individual batting title. DINNER HOSTS m Mr. and Mrs. John Uboldi had as their dinner guests Saturday even- ing Mr. and Mrs. R.L. Halmer, Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Smith and Mr. Mrs. Laurence Lockney. BUSY BEE # SEWING CLUB Members of the Busy Bee Sew. ing club met today at the home of Sirs. Ernest Cloud. The next meet- ing will be held in Susanville. NO-tlOSTESS CLUB MEETS MAY 10 The No-Hostess Club will meet to- HAM WIIAT AM COST $30.19 STUDY AS GIFT TO HOLLANDER CLUB Shouhl you ever desire toship a piece of pig or any other eommod- The Sierra Study Club met last try to a foreign country, it would Friday at the home of Mrs. J0~ be well to first find out the cost Ul:oldi, who was the hosteSe, t.f0r tOr such shipment. It has cost the afternoon. An election of '~ ~ecil M. Robertson, clerk of the ccrs was held with Mrs. C. Circuit Court of the City of Nor- falk, Virginia, $30.19 to keep his promise to send a Virginia ham to a friend in Holland. Last summer, when Mr. and Mrs. Bobertson were in Europe witlhL a group of other Americans, a young ~r~therlander named Dirk Schmidt drove one of the automobiles for the Americans and the tourists be- came very much attached to him. ~fl. Robertson promised to send Smith being chosen president; Mr~ Cliff Sheehan, vice president, ~d Mrs. Alice Wilcox, s~cretary-tr~ surer. Mrs. E. T. Kunzler, ll~c lesson for the afternoon, the history of Mt. Lassen for bet talk. J Indian Valley Grange No. 439 Meets 2nd and 4th Tuesday eve~" 15 Years Piano Service in ' months or by both such fine and P, eing such an "e.xpert and consist- The K. B. Murray car was struck Indian Valley imprisonment, cot winner," I hope this prediction Ly a truck driven by Archie BigLy : ~ . will not prove a jinx to Dick's bat. near the postoffice recently. No ---,-- de~n:hi:l:::no:e~=t requ.ireu un- tlng. one was hurt but the Murray ear ~AD[TI/~II t-~llfii7 t-~llfins 1 be signed by was slightly damaged. wni~mn ~n.~ onur -. ~ - -- -~- - -.tl':n/and::n:r~n::lhi:~ ~ a2:h rlz:Y BOB ~OTT U~ERGOES PORTOLA l'~e "a notar ublic org othe er" TONSIL OPERATION parents,Mrs' DonaldMr andCamer nMrs ElmerViSitedLongher . ? ' yP,rp " ~ a scns uthoriz at Seneca last ~unu y a ed by law to take ac.:Bob Gett is convalescing fol- . " . JU~OOI~ ~.U.U~nOo ~[~lrlllg ' l"~,~'n "1~1~,h1 lhfr rn~ ~atson nos ~nowmagements. une copy of the lowing a tonsil operation performed ~"'" ""~ f " ~ : rerm~t shall b~. g~ven to the son a h pital monaay wnere ne nau seen m z n~, on I v " - ' - t t e Batson hospital early this . . ' , S. eciai i ~ n isible Half Soles stable of the township and one copy week. zor severs, uays. ' "~x~x I~ -- | to the fire warden of the district in Mrs. A. L. Fryar spent one day [ Special Service on Loggers" Boots wLich the property is situated. D.C. DeForest, who is removing last week In Westwood visiting her | !~ Any county of state fire warde~,~ his ~eldtng" shop to Dunsmuir, was daughters, Mrs. A. D. Lewis and [ ~'~ l te here this week to take over a load M~s David Sell l Leave Your Shoes at John Le- cr any peace officer of the sta of I - . - " [ ' II have full ower to of equipment to his nerO" location red Thurs "~" gat's Place in GreeBvllle California, ha P Ernest Clark was inju -[,/ ~-~ ,enforce the provisions hereof and Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Benton and day of last week when he was [,~ .~ to confiscate any and all such daughter have moved to the Herb sfruck by a road scraper. Clark [ t ~ I ~ { ~$ E [] ~t~l/ ~f~ ]1~ ]shrubs, trees, ferns or herbs or i Savercool place, had stepped from the scraper to[ I1 " ~:b@ ~:/4~'fl~ 4 1 ,~n0n ~men er0ml o, Stearns and Mr. and Mrs. throw some rocks out of the roa4[,~| i 1 ll----r or--- -- [ b~rry or redwood greens or leaf|.T. R Harmon spent the week-end when the scraper swung around] 9A M TOSP M m Id [J [ 0,o parts thereof unlawfully cut'[i~ Chico visiting Mrs. Nellie Mark- and struck him on the leg. He has [ l[ I~[AKE SATURDAY J or removed or knowingly sold, of-l~am, mother of Mrs. Harmon.i used a crutch since. I [I APPOINTMENTS [ .'eed Or exposed or transported for I I Marvin Edd has recently started i [[ IN ADVANCE ]sale as hereinbefore provided. I~ Iwork in the meat department at{ ~ tch t,t T )1~ II GREENVILLE [I The provisions of this section IH '~ i Long's Grocery. I " l[ shall not be construed to apply oill AFE" Mr and Mrs Elmo Bettis drove *o [ ELECTRIC COOKING v V Irlgi," " , [] RFAUTV gtlOP Ilanynatietree rshrub' rfern rH WILMABARRIE, Prop. [I Susanville Sunday roses Gone[ [[ u''~ a~ ~. ~Ja~z~a. [J herb or bnlb or cactus or flower or |i[ ]1 W'ith the Wind." j greens decL.red by law to be a pub- SPECIAL 7.COURSE DINNER Hel n Swanson of r []HazelBowerman [[-L .' [[[ II M,ss e an I WATER HEATING H OWN]~R-0PERATOR Jill. nu,sance Ill. ] ~J" I ~t II mento visited Mr. and Mrs. E. S.I 1~ . 'i The provisions of this section [H ,unoa, lua" Iz 1 IX cCausland Sunday Switch to a1940 I~.lect~ic Range and enjoy a whole new world shall not be deemed to apply to the t k~ ~) "~-'i:' " ;11 j] Mr. and Mrs. Chester Dix and l o~ cooking pleasure. The new ranges are completely aut~ necessary euttmg Or trimming of ,~ w~ r~w~ w,~ [ " ",H J~ IN Ill f~.mily moved to Quincy Tuesday. [ mafic. You may set the timer clock and leave the house, toe" ,'ll~ Ila'lla'l~llL/ll I Ib' llany such trees, shrubs, or ferns or ~ll ll~k~ Ill I Ultl lStlTlhbJ5 II - "' flowers Ill }1] Mr. and Mrs. Harold Wickman [ fident your entire meal will be cooked in your absence. I l neros or nmos or .act~ Or' Ill ".have moved into the apartment in l So great is the difference between the attention-demandis . I ULUli IIo,: protectingpower line or telephone r maintaining an~][ New private Dining Room [[I h~Ir Ynd Mrs ghomas no " [ ld'fashi ned st ve that requires c nstant P t watchlng'a~'g'willw a Genella of J~ooO~ad~o~d~mO~mCeold~e4rO~lz[:~o~r~:~h:~TJ:: ' '[ e,ectric line ]~ [[[ " " I onder why DAL EUBANKS, Manager ~ Marysville have opened their sum- 1 I I 0:" other property of a public utility. ] I ' [ ratlll g Ices arevery GREENVILLE, CALIF (In ffeet on ninet- first da- ~f i~ liner home at Lake Almanor. Mr.[,p " g costs are much less than you think. l liter Ju:e 20 1"3" S'~" ~939 ~ha" [ " SINCERITY LODGE [ Genella, who is the postmaster at [ Right now this week see the big values now bei~$ ulga~, uigaret~t, ~o1~,~ ~. t is. I,p. I Drinks, Pool and I ~8) [ ~ No. 132, F. & A.M. [Marysvllle, is well known in Green. [ offered in these marvels of modern cookery the 1940 Club 1%oo " I ~,*,Y~f~'kY~ Meets Second Friday I ville. I Electric Range. I ms l~,~ [~ Night of Each Month] [ You can torget about hot water and stfll have all you waVt, uome in and Visit With Us I / '/~ x Pale ,me m una vmz wtm vs |ISTORK . at 8 O'Clock. [ Rastus: "Say Sambo what timei 24 hours a day Easy.Quick-Cheap just like electric light' I S. F. LUZZADDER, M i "'fe d ' wast Think of it--all the hot water you want, day in, day out, SHOWER ] D yo n . oes yo LillHK yo -- l I [ W.J. HALL, Secretary [,without work or worry, without dirt or overheating! All / ! ~ iskeered de worst?" I ~i~b~rJ~ A ~ [ Mrs. Dott Davis of Westwood and[ f~l e~f~ J Sambo: "Wunst when Ah was [ this convenience at amazingly low cost--only a few uenni~ ml~w ~m~m~l [E~rs. Dick Davis of Greenville were [ ['IC oolhad ]ealltn' on a henhouse an' de farmer[ a day. The beauty of Automatic Electric Water Heate'rs will co.hostesses at the Davis borne Sat- UIa~OIIIUU ccme in an' keta]~ed me. BOy, wuz VALLEY [u"day aftern n at a st rk sh werI IX skeered." l likewise win y ur immediate apProval" C me in--see Dtyourself), Ask about our convenient pay-as-you-use pla " ~ ~ ~ ~ m r or Mrs. Woody Kllpatric. Mrs. I ~ ~ ~ I Rastus: "How am yO' suah datl ~ARA~E I~ilpatric was presented with many[ ~ 1 I ~[wuz de worstest yo' evah bins tlovely gifts from her friends. Thet ~ II a~iskeered?" I SEE YOUR DEALER OR THIS COMPANY t'Bone ~0 M Z, " " [invited guests were: Mesdames O. ~L.~ =~==~ ~]~l Snmbo: Cause de farmer grabl GREENVILLE, CALIF, "~-- ~ ~d]E [ O. Wardlow, Vorn Wilkins, Pat TRy- [we by de shoulder an he say,| 1}. . Continues under ownership of r, ;ior, Henry Griesbach, Fred Madda- PHOTO FINISHING ] White boy, what yo doln' here ?' I A C DELLLINGER e e K I z ' :lena, K.lley Kilpatric, T d ~n - 18 GLOSSY PRINTS, Roll bevel-] ] PACIFIC GAS AND ELECTRIC COMPANY OLDSMOBILE CARS AND let-, Archle Kunzler, Fred Shumate, oped, and Two Reprints from[ -~--'-------~'~--'--] GMC TRUCKS Dougal McMillan, Hayrnan Van your Favorite Negatives. Sent [~- H| SALES AN~) SERVICE Fleet, F. E. Kampschmidt, Andrew25c. Additional Reprints 2c each, [~ ~| FAir CLF.AN t,ow.co~r Mounkes William Rtchards Harry Lee Studio 586 Court 55W ganlll ~}" 1" T TAT lit v ~ "" s" ~'har" rk ~h-rlot'e " '~ la .t 141W-540 vv e t, ,~ ~es ~t~,~ a,J~ernaramo, UalIr. o~-o]~ ~kJKk ADK7 g~Dl' Ir~ I[| MAKES OF ~AF.8 1 v r IIof T~ = P~.-~ I Calais,Miss Edith O i e, a |~ [] A. A. A. EMERGENCY Greenville, an4 Mrs. Eula HurstWOOD AND POSTS FOR SALE--]]] Greenville, Cal|f. ]]] SERVICTE and Mrs. Helen Provet of West- All kinds of wood and all lengths. Ig III wood. J.E. SAMPSON, Greenville P. 0. J I1' See Max, With the Red al d Yellow Truck Every Thursday and Friday Phmas Laundry- P0rt01a Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Fryar of Standard, Tuolumne county, are spending two weeks with their par- cots, Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Fryar. covering from her recent illness. Joe Peck left the Batson hospital Monday where he had been a pa- tlent for a couple of weeks. Mrs. Jack Evans is rapidly re- budget, you must try us for your next laundry Job for surprising results. morrow at the Sorsoli I-Iotel in him a Smith.field ham. of ea('h month at Taylorsville Crescent Mills. Luncheon will be The ham was sent last fall, after NEAt STARK, Mast~ served at 1 o'clock, tLc War broke out. The court clerk JAMES YOUNG, Secretary. ~ l'.a(] obtatned a 26-pound ham, I'ARENTS' PARTY which cost him $10.26. The dealer AT CHURCH agreed to pay the costs of shipment. HOME ECONOMICS CLU~ The young people of th~ Corn- The amount was not enough and heof the Indian Valley Grange z ecently received a bill om the ex ~, ~a$ unity church entertained with a ' :'r "Meets Every l~hird ~uesday in lc~ess company which~ had handled Month parents' party last Wednesday eve- the shipment for the remainder. ARLENE TARESH, Cbair~$s hing at the community church. " [ MARIAN IAItE,S,H SecretarY. The costs of shipment were item , Those not having mothers pres- ized as follows: I ' ant adopted mothers for the occa- Marine insurance, $1.50; transpor- I slon. Refreshments were served. ~ tation from New York to Rotter-l|||lit * ~ I 1~v * 1 Sonney Nutt and Doc. Varner of ()am, $6.86; duty, $7.09; discharge[[ o]a arnao. Sacramento visited Mr. and Mrs. s.nd shed rent, 67 cents; costomsl[ ~a~aa~ ~,aa~vF Vern Dresser and family over the rlearance and document, 80 cents; [ B~t~r~ S~,t~O~ week-end import permit 80 cents; delivery, 80 cents"postage and stamp 41][i ussI~KE~I~ IL/Jgl~ar~ ~I(W |1 Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Hayes of ' e 'ar e ] mnkUdPKl~mJP IJP~VI]~ 0 nts~ deliver free of servie ch g .~, ""-OPERATOR Chiloquin,Mr.OregOn,and Mrs.Wh R.haVec. Edd,been $1. Total $19.93. Add" that to the.ram visiting of cost of the ham and the total was]l Experienced in all Kinds have rented the house recently va- $30 I9 ]l Beauty Culture c~ted by M. J. Benton and family. o--~ ]l Miss Tillie Kruger, county super- Elm, r Pool and BillThompson]Ill PRICES REASONABI*E Intendant of schools, was here Tues- left for the San Joaqum Valley i] Open from 9 a. .to 6 P. ~ day from Quincy. Friday. I~ Mrs. Pete Higginbotham and daughter, Janice, spent Friday in ~~ Oroville. Mr. and Mrs. Cornelius Gallup of CLEAN AS A LILY Quincy were in Greenville Tuesday.The Lily--dripp|ng with fresh dew--gleaming in Its silver v~v Mr. and Mrs. Yen Dresser and ters---is Nature s symbol of utter cleanliness. family spent Sunday fishing at PLUMAS LAUNDRY has become this town's symbol for utter ~eneea. Hoanliness in clothes. Our more modern, more complete pro" James H. Barrie left Tuesday for cesses mean so mush to the life and looks of your clothes They ~acramento on a vacation, add so mud~ in appearance and cut so mush from your clothes