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...Paye Four _ ii Re-elect EVA CAYOT (I ncumbent) Plumas County Superintendent el Schools .YOUR VOTE WILL BE APPRECIATED Primary Election Tues., June 8 = i u, (Paid Political Advertisement) WEATHER WARMS UP IN HIGH MOUNTAINS; STREAMS RUN FULL All snowfed streams in the high Sierra started ramning at full or nearly full levels early this week, as unseasonably high temperatures melted the snow- packs at a rapid rate. This. ac- cording to stream scouts of Pa- cific Gas and Electric Company, should limit trout fishermen, to lakes or to smaller streams at the lower altitudes during the coming week end. The Pit River system, being largely fed by springs, is not expected to vary in flow. and good fishing should continue there. But other streams have been affected by temperature which soared to 95 degrees in the Feather River Canyon, 82 at Lake Almanor, 78 at Bucks Lake, 94 on North Battle Creek, 67 on Carson Pass, and corresponding rises along the Sierra to the south. lrospeets for the May 29 open- ing of sections which were not opened for trout fishino&apos; on Jay 1 are more encouraging than for several years, assuming no unus- ual rainfall in tht, meanthum the PG&E scouts reported from their on-the-spot working points. Sponsored by No. Calif. Campaign Comm: - Thos. J. Mel.rcn, Chmn. BI.PARTISAM WILMA WILEY AWARDED WHITTIER SCHOLARSHIP Recognition of her application and industry was conferred upon Wilma Wiley of Greenville last week, when it was announced that she had been selected to receive the $200, scholarship awarded by the Whittier College, accord- ing to word received from Vice- principal Win. Schultz of the Greenville High School. Miss Wiley is a daughter of Mr. and frs. Forrest Wiley of Greenville and has been an honor student at the local school since entering the higher grades. She will be among those graduatin. , next month. RETURN FROM LONG EACH Mesdames Nora Hatch. Adair Stroing, Susan E\\;-eland and Je:v- ell Standart return,,d homo 1.% week end from spending a woo;: in Long Beach attendinp the it-- bekah Assembly. Mrs, Str.u/ was hnored by a committee 2.:)- pointment on Leaslation of :h P.ebekah As:semblv and 57:: Stemdart was appointed u) e:'v thi:s area as the district depu::." president of the Assembly..':r'.; Elizabeth Harris'. who has bee'. visiting at the Star, dart hme, ac- companied the party as far a Bakersfield. where she is visiting for a short time CONGRESSMAN CLAIR ENGLB. Aominated four :;:.cessive times c-,n both th Demo:-:,:tie and P.e. publican tickets, has -onz bi- partisan su,p?rt !.- his re<,le=- tion at the Jum 8 primaly. Due t9 his bi-parti:ar v,,<:ng record in the House of ico: c:.,u":A., c,- Con- ffressman Enge :; .r-dorsed by bi- partisan e:;.mr]th*ce: throughout his 19-county ditr;cl and has the cupport el' ,,th,,r outstanding dis- trict leadc- J t.h Democratic and Republi,.'an r)aties. (Paid Political Advertisement) "DIG THAT TRASH" Planning a trip? TaRe along some paper bags, in ,wltiah put trash that accumulates during the day. Then deposit the filled bag in a convenient radside recep- tacle, It helps keep Californ:a'c roadsides clean! I , ,J. L  - . --=-- Susie B. Ceramic Sho00 STARTING N't/ AT WHEF..LOCK RANG:4 (Opposite !ndian Mission) F r R!-r: Greenwcrre and ?uppies CLASSES IF DFCIRED =r ut * ELECT .... R.P. "'CY" ZYSKOWSKI PLUMAS COUNTY CLERK Experienced Administrator Business Man Family Man Civic Leader W.W. II Vet The CMtmty Clerk's Office Will be a Separate Office After Jan, 1, 1955. "Elect the Man for the Job."' INDIAN VALLEY RECORD SCHOOL REGISTRATION TO eoeeeoooooeooeooeoooeoeo oeeeooeoeoooooe BE THRU NEXT WEEK i : FOR KINDERGARTEN AGE BERT JANES : : IDA E. (BiUie) There will be a preregistration . • JUDGE of the PLUMAS CO. HOGAN of children who expect to enter   SUPERIOR COURT • the kindergarten or first grade ,  Incumbent • { U OPPOSED ) and who have not been in school • o o before, reports Lyal Wells, prin- • : : "" "--oun[y necor,- cipal. PreregistrRtion will be from  Appreciates Your Confidence • • • Of Plumas CountY Alay 24 to 28. • And Solicits Your Support in • • • • • All who are entering the kin- • • : Your Support Appr €t'-- dergarten wl:l register at the kin- • The June 8 Primary Election • dergarten. Those wh3 expect to • • • enter the first grade but have @’e••ee•ee•e•e•••e•••ee•, •••e••ee••e••ee not ben in the Rindergarten will register wth either first grade teacher. The hours of registration will  EECT he ,from 2:00 to 3-30. m Children entering the kin2er- garten must be four years and nine mths old on or before See- bly tember 1, 1954. " llszom man Children entering the first grade must be five years andnine PAULINE L months old on or before Septem- • bar !, 1954. Evidence of the date of birth " must be presented at the time of registration, such as a birth cer- tlficate, etc. No child will be regularly enrolled until this evi- She has dance is presented. No child may be entered in the hindergarten or first grade after FAITHFULLY the first month of school, who "-T3": " .0 T". has ,or been in school 00efore. KE,.: all of the poople '--OPENS CERAM'C SHOP with The Susie M Ceram:e Shop was reopened for business this'week FULL TIME SERVICE bY Mrs. Susie Perry after she had returned to her Greenville home 8 Years Legislative Experience after spending several months n Oroville Bob also returned home ACTIVE IN with her. bringing some of the Water, Education, Fish and Game, Perry cattle back to the summer Range Improvement, Roadside Rest range. He reports that Bill. who Highway Proqrmn, and all Locjilation was hospitalized for a few days of benefit to the people. some weeks ago, is fully recov- ered and .'ill pr,bably b:" alon Primary Election---June 8, 1954 with mor of their cattle this week end.. it ELECT A  WOMAN TO A WOMAN'S IOB! € LOIS KEHREll co00riC00z00a OF PLU'MAS couNT Former Deputy Clerk and Auditor oJ Plumas County THERE IS NO SUBSTITUIZ FOR EXPERIENCEI Vote at the Primaries I e $