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20, 1954 By WALTER SWARTZ Executive Secretary m California Floral As$ociatioJt that Easter is aout a and that precious Y you received is sev- old, you might think posmbility of trans- If you do, you will new and lovely plant garden for next year. should be planted on Side of the house, but ce where it will get Sunlight is required growth. In trans- old stalk should on the bulb until it ( : Ltumn. all bulbous plants, 1 should be well pre- and conditioned because plants, like the lily, good drainage. Bulb planted to a depth 8" with conditioned it as well as on top. watering is necessary can be overdone. Toe can be dangerous, the soil ought to be to allow drainage. good fertilizer, will also assist growth and give the food. care and attention, one which to flower or July. RE-ELECTION OF PAULINE L. DAVIS TO ASSEMBLY URGED BY CONSTITUENTS J. W. Weddell, campaign chair- man for Pauline L. Davis, in- cumbent, Assemblyman for the Second District, and many other sponsors, are urging the continued service of Mrs. Davis in the As- sembly, this week, according to a statement received from her cam- BY FRANKLIN J. M|INE II +., ]/r' ,.. AT THE HEIGHT.0F 4EYUKON GOLD  }M 1901, IHI P0['Ut.ATI01q REACHED ZT. 000. AND (;;OLD OtKPUT WAS PP MILLION bOLLAR5 iN ONEYEAR.,4 tiOUJ THE ! TEF, RITORY HAS 9.000 PEOPLE - AND 2 MILLION )I.LAR,5 GOLD b MINED ANNUALLY. paign headquarters. I)Ot.LAR In making the announcement, r,lmcxj_ Mr. Weddell said that many inter- ested constituents are supporting Mrs. Davis because she has Lx served the district with full-time service during the last two years -]c' t and is in a vital position through her committee membership to support the programs for the mountain counties. Mrs. Davis' sincere interest is in the development of the water resurce in the state, with the in- sistence, however, that a program of full development of water re- ' A Frenmm mode ' AgE quirements of the Counties of Orion must be first determined and protected. Her bill, appropri- ating $376,000 for the mounttin forramoderishc patcrrloouds. __--__ counties' watershed studies, is a landmark, in legislative history This study will furnish the nec- essary information on which the agricultural and industrial devel- opment of her district can be based. She has courageously op- posed state purchase of the Cen- tral Valley Project as a waste- ful use of the bonding capacity of the state to buy something that the people of California already own. She insists that this money should be used for the construc- tion by the State of California of worthwhile water conservation projects. Mrs. Davis filled the position, formerly held by her late hus- band, Assemblyman Lester T. Davis, and maintained the close friendships and supporters in the counties. In no sense can she be considered a newcomer, to the California legislature. She credits her success in her first term to the hearty support she has re- ceived from alt interests in the counties and to the many friend- ships she has made over the last 8 years in the legislature. VISIT AT PEW HOME Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Melton and daughter of St. Louis, Mo. were visitrs during the past week TO VISIT HERE Cornell Kurtz and were in Sacramento on at the Greenville home of Mrs. to meet Mrs. Kurtz' Melton's cousin, Mrs. Carl Pew. Lindgren, from the Also guesting there is Mrs. Pew's Islands. He will enjoy mother, Mrs. Mae Crownover, qsit at the Lake Almanor who has returned here for a sev- daughter. Kit Kurtz eral weeks' visit here after day as the guest of spending the winter months at Antlers, Oklahoma. YOU CAN sECURE ITEMS IN GREENVILLE UPPOIT INDIAN VALLEY BY BUYING AT HOME p00ER (25 to mo "(ND SHEETS (priced $1 25 and $2 10 per ream) ONIONSKIN PAPER  ream packages or boxes IICOpY AND INVENTORY PADS (sinqle or boxes) +  BOARD (size 22 x 28 or smaller--many color) 'S&TCH PADS - TELEPHONE MEMOS - FILE CARDS IALBLANKS MONEY RECEIPTS . STAMP PADS BRIDGE PENCILS AND SCORE TALLY PADS MATTER OF ALL KINDS TO YOUR ORDER mmm Get Them At GRADE SCHOOL STUDENTS RECEIVE AWARDS FOR GOOD CITIZENSHIP RATING An assembly was held on Mon- day, May 10, for all students of the Greenville Elementary school, at which time Principal Wells presented pins in recognition of good citizenship for the month: The recipients were: 6th grade ---Ed Garman, Vera Harris; 5th grade--J.ster Smallen, Bill Wil- son; 4th grade--Leaha Rae Loz- no, Gary Palaazzi; 3rd grade--- Patricia Larkey, Ernie Dippold. The student council was also presented with P-TA pins as fol- low: Ed Garman, president; El- len Podoll, secretary; Loren Nor- berg, Kathleen Roulsten, Jerry Wright, Lynn Norberg, Charles Neer and Charlene Thomson. Mr. Wells gave a short talk on the subject of self-government and democracy in our schools. He pointed out that each child could be a good citizen. Mrs. Madigan played the organ while the st- dents sang such favorites as: Oh Suzanna, Yankee Doodle, She'll be Comin' Round the Bend. The student council wishes to thank Mrs. Lydia Sheehan for her leadership and inspiration as their advisor for the school year. Indian Valley Record 222 Mill Street - Phone Greenville 39-M Service Fair Prices - Quality Work 4cintain Union Conditions and Employ Union Helpl QUEENS GETTING READY FOR FOURTH OF JULY EVENT AT TA,YLORSVILLE Four entries have been re- ceived to date as candidates for Queen of the Silver Buckle Rodeo" to be staged at the Taylorsville Rodeo Grounds on July 4, it was stated yesterday by Secretary Annabelle Pearce. Girls who may be interested in taking part in the contest can register up until May 30th, Mrs. Pearce said, and are urged to do so as soon as possible. Civic, fra- ternal or business organizatiolls are welcome to sponsor a candi- date for queen, and all are ad- vised that the Indian Valley Rid- ing and Roping Club, sponsors of the annual event, do not endorse or propose any candidate of their own in the contest. The contestants must be unmar- ried and between the ages of 14 and 20 years, and are asked to register at once with Marie Sor- soli at Taylorsville, either in per- son or by telephone. The sale of steer tickets Will not begin un- til June 1, the secretary said. Open For Business CRESCENT MEAT MARKET Wholesale and Retail Butchers Quality Meats For Over Forty Years Crcmat Mills, lfomia AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF UNIVERSITY WOMEN MEET, AND EAT AT HIDEAWAY A representative crowd of its members from all over Plumas County convened at the ttide- away Monday evening for the annual dinner session of the American Association of Univer-. ity Women. Representing Indian Valley at the affair were Anne Bidwell, Helen lausch and Marge Murray of Greenville. TARANTINO ILL Joe Tarantino, fire crew fore- man for the Greenville Ranger Station, was placed under obser- vation at the Batson Hospital on Monday due to indications that he may be suffering from an at- tack of Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever, reports Assistant Ranger John Murray. Joe was brought in from Laufman Ranger Station where he has been assisting in constructing the inmates camp at Rogers Canyon, Murray said. NEW POSTMASTER NAMED Mrs. Elizabeth Sobrero is now serving as postmaster of Taylors- ville, having been appointed as of May 1st to succeed Mrs. Helen Stephenson. Son Francisco Brewing Corpot|o Fmwls altfml HARRISON DISTRIBUTING COMPANY Quincy, Calif. N0w-0ne grease does work of fourt V] You only need one grease when you use RPM Automotive Grease l This multi-purpose grease doea the work of four special greases. 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