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Reese's Furniture Exchange 2 miles East of Quincy on + Highway 24. + Phone Quincy 567-W Where your credit is good. Small down pyament, up to Z4 months to pay on all new and ,used furniture. Free de- POWERS ADVOCATES MORE USE OF PRISON LABOR State Senator Ed C. Johnson of Marysville has reported stead- ily mounting starewide support for Lt. Coy. Harold J. Powers' plan to utilize idle prison man- power on projects for full devel- opment of California fish and game rescurces. The Associated Sportsmen of INDIAN VALLEY RECORD NORMAN SODERQUIST GIVEN PROMOTION IN AIR FORCE Word has been received here of the promotion in rank of Corporal Norman Soderquist, medical stu- dent at Tokyo, Japan, with the U. S. Air Force. Norman was rated first in the class of 1949 and was photographed shaking hands with his colonel who per- sonally congratulated him on re- ¢ Thursdalr, May 20, 1954 cieving the highest average score. Soderquist is the son of Mrs. Frank Williams of Greenville and brother of Ken Soderquist who is stationed with the Air Force in VVahingtcn state. He has been in the z,tvlce for 1 months after spcrdi'_: 3 :, years in medical trainntng in the United States. (,our best w is to support the one you live inl = livery to Greenville with $50 i purchase or more. California, representing 110 affili- _.. --_, " '1 ated Northern California rod and 1 NOT ...... gun clubs, informed Powers they 1  1 have endorsed the program. DR. IACK ELFANT Approving the principle of us- !:] O P T O M E T R I S T I ing convict labor to constrct ac- :  ]Fne 351 - 156 Jackson SL I ces trails "and the many other ' :] (Oppote Industrial Hospita.)I Jobs that will make for better Difaxd, AC president, wrote  PLUMAS GAS z APPLIANCE n ] (C. CALIF. I fishing and hunting," George D. + +] Eyes Examined - Glasses Fitted I Powers: I Brokm Lensee Duplicated I "I think this is one of the EDWARD L. ALBERTS I Contact Lenses i finest programs that could be Candidate for the office Super- : ] Preription Sun Glass, ] worked out. and could create a intendent of Public Instruction.  NOW LOCATED AT ....... ,,i great many facilities that could PLATFORM not be realized in any other way. 1. A return to teaching the H 153 CRESCENT STREET N ] f-====' "I am personally for it 100 per fundamental skills: reading, oral H (Formerly Gooclwtn Insurance Office) fl AUDrrn cent and will be happy to do and written expression, and com- 1 ACCOUNTING i anything possible to make this putation. H IN GREENVILLE I INCOME TAX I program a reality." 2. A return to teaching Ameri- H H canism; many social studies text- i] Q* Phillt" and Co.] NEW DISNEY FEATURE :books fail to take a strong stand H. PROPANE . APPLIANCES - TANKS B ] Q. PHILPOTT, P.A. I TO BE AT PLUMAS THEATRE against communism. I RALPH BOSS, P.A. i In one of the earth's oldest . A return of the schools to U I GREENVILLE QUINCY I cradles of life, Nature's primal the people. In a democracy they H OFFICE OPEN FROM 8".00 A.M. TO 6:00 P.M. B ] Po.e ='.- Pho.e,0 I urge to procreate and survive helon to the people not to pro- H g ,. ......... takes strange methods. As seen fessional "educators". # " in Walt Disney's "The Living 4. Efficiency in school admin-  Avery Pool, manacjer Phone 100-M Desert" at the Plumas Theater istration; the use of modern busi- G LE such weird creatures as the road- 5. Moderate school construction .ae. e runner (a bird who prefers walk- costs. Population shifts intvalidate e e • • L HOME deadly reptile who slithers side- life buildings. • • ways instead of head on) meet. ! GABIAGE i --C-- / Meantime the Gila Monster, the 6" The prOtectiOn Of CalifOrnia flip little round-tailed ground children aainst progressive edu- cation pedagogy. Tilephonll 75-M-2 J squirrels and the stalking Pep- i TRASH i L ! sis Wasp all make their screen .... GREENVILLE, CALIF. bows. They are a few of the many GREENVILLE DOCTOR IS AWARDED DIPLOMA strange creatures seen in the FROM AIR MEDICINE SCHOOL + DISPOSAL ! "" , feature length True Life Adven- Helen Hollenbeck ture film in which Prxhicer Dis- Dr. and Mrs. J. C. Styer and ney opens up a whole new world family returned to their Green- REALTOR of entertainment, ville home last Friday from his • WEEKLY SERVICE : o.,. The production is printed in parental home at Wolf Point, i Large and Small Listings magtflcet Technicolor. • Mont., where they visited briefly • " • following his graduation at San • • For  and Large People QUINCY COMMUNITY CHOIR Antonio. • • • iiiiiiiii llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll+ / LeoRhardt Building ENTERTAINS GREENVILLE Following is an account from • • • • Phone Quin©y 301 ON SUNDAY EVENING the Montana paper: • • C'A r. CALIFOI] The Community Church folks Capt. James C. Styer, son of • . • . ..... " ...... . were treated to an evening of Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Styer, Wolf  TOM GOOD : Point, graduated Thursday, April • • [ F LOW +ERS ....... ] highchurchfromWhen ainSpirati°nthecamethirty-threeQuinCYover andlastv°iCec°mmunitypresentedSUndaYch°ir San°f29' Aviationfr°mAntonio,theMedicine, ForCelocatedSehool iat ' Plumas Gbaqe and Disposal Co, :i | FOR ALL OCCASIONS / an hour of music. Capt. Styer, a graduate of • . • | Telephone | The church was well filled, and Marquette University, Milwaukee, Greenville 39-M | GaEENVILLE 75-M-2 / at the close, words of appreciation Wis., practiced medicine in Cali-  and compliment were on" all lips. fornia before he entered the Air • • • • • l | Greenville Funeral Home | | Local choir members arranged Force a year ago. He is stationed or a fellowship hour in the Social at Mother Air Force Base, Calif. i We Meet Competitive Prices ' l Tl,. (;m a mowll Shop | Hall following the concert. Home Brig, ten. ,arold H. itchell, L i Telephone Quincy 95  " j made ice cream featured the eve- director of professional services • • Ring's refreshments. ' in the office of the Air Force eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee• The evening was warm and Surgeon General, addressed the ``+`mImmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmBBB I **- I church doors and windows were class of 35 medical officers at Reviva!Meetings all open. The music flowed out commencement. Brig. Gem Ed- [NOTII  Ill PUBLIC :int° the streets and it was re- ward J. Kendricks, commandant. ported that many cars were of the Randolph Field installation, parked in the street to get in on presided over the ceremony and this musical event, awarded the diplomas. ]IOBERT MURRAY ***********************--*************************-- Sunday, May 9 7:30 p. m. • . (Mother s Day) '+" " " Greenville Baptist Why do so many ! @ • i PLUMAS CouRrY PEOPLE Church Your " : 329 Crescent Street : Headquarter at the : lED CROSS : : HOTEL : ,,s, : : Meehnqs each evemnq at 7:30 : In San Francisco? : : : Nursery for pre-school-ce children will also be e e • e conducted each eveq. e e • Central Locaflon---Geary at Mason : ee • Comfortable Friendliness ee : • : Everybody Welcome • • REASONABLE RATES : , VALI BJ • • Rev. Ernest Braqq, Pastor o • e, RS:ENVI LLE, CALIF. • eeoaeeoooooeoeeooeeeeoeoaooooooooeeeoeoeeooeoeaeee Illlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllillllllll