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? RECORD 4N= I"ROGRSIVE , ,,. ,- Poseh Wins B E L D N Trus y, Wheeler 1 on .................. Many limits of trott were dis-inut Creek; Felix Samprieto from Jlfh |n:vth',, w = , t- . ID ]AAm.--O------ |played ,this past week end, dur- the Bay area; Jack Barrett from[ ,v at, ,aa,tt*t.t.y / Approximately 70 Ice Hunt 15a-s DI t llt=ltSg3tlOg ling the open4ng of fishing sea. Berkeley; Walter Rich and G[ A. N)'_ l"  . /tended the Th4rd Di J   [ son. The North Fork was low in!Daniel,on from Uteri.lie; and Gust 2"Y[ I aKlma emer /of the American Legion n ,,!  = ] I ....... the early hours of the morning, Stickel from Vallejo were amongl .... ,xr ,tr...,. .o ^.[Auxiliary held in uincY, rxattler oamroav I rterman r.osen., lncumoem, was raising somewhat around 10 o'- the fishermen They a],l tooki., y .... o ,;. ,,=y.;, ..$, '.'[day at the Veterans Me re-emoted as mreotor at me go- o w . . ". oi 2ars luena c wneemr Oil . . fi h [ . clock. All the 1 cat streams ere home their hmts .... hall. The Third District Many persons who werrt s - verning board of Plumas Unified t , oot , h,,, ,nm .... I Greenvflle and Pvt Rmhard L I .............. l ins *he opening day were able School DiM:tier abt a very quiet 'i'ur':'l,'' l';" Jonn owers wno was the For- i Trusty ' 19, son off Mr and Mrs merlcan Legion is .corot, to come home wi*h a limit of 15 election held Tuesday throughout "''"'-,:" (,''222 est Service patrolman in th!s / Leroy Trusty of Taylorswille, are l'ne l.anauxl)arlel fish but to Joe Hun% goes the the district. ' ''' .,'omt_ ,'h"+h '- area last year Is nere again cnls ,J participating with the 4th Infan-['L''g;'." '_'=',Z.; no completely enviable distmc- Poseh who was runntnu un- *.o ..... rou* ,,h. . ,;,o s so . try Diwsion, a major Strtegicl. __ ..^ .:__, .... ;--+ L tt of getting 15.fish plus a large opposed garnered a*ll 52votes ':river ..... ,andS., the stream'$ ..... ........ The James Grosso family from Army Corps (STRAC) unit, in r o,W'L'tlllt V/ .lll:g{t'l:%'%l*LtS'' - rattlesnake sporting a set of 11 that were cat in Potola In A.l,bay arrived back last week Exercise Dry HHls at .the Yakimalstreake di,.ct Leion perfect raFdes. Quincy R was Pooh 41, Lindsev W.hile the resorts were not to open their sunmer home for Firing Center in Washington The I  , u:..  - - 1 f" 1 . " manner, a posmon sne Htmt and his companion Harp- 3 and lnil Miller 1; Keddie, complete y iled and ..there was the season, exercise will end May 23. I for h   st er Bransteter of Vallejo were Poh 15 and Marie Barry 1.: no ousmess in any of me traner Mrs Ingrid. Johnson, who has. This large-scale_ maneuver, de- .] .t  year; . . fishing Clover Creek where each Graeagle, Posc 13; Twain, Posch, courts, the government ca. In. been a patlen,t at both the old signed to provide unit and in-I s maY,irlarle  got his Limit. The rattler was 8; Caribou, Posch 9;' Greenville, grounas were mrly well fine0 and the ne .hospital in Quincy diviual training with weapons[ ''ct, :.".''v.',=" r killed' just below *he Drum Posch 37; Pioneer, Posch 12 and witn campers. mere were not for several weeks, was able to and in tactics of modern war,are, [2_,_''. -,..?_S.-q. bridge in Genesee. There were T. Scott, I as many fisnermen present on return home last Wednesday to involves 18 000 soldiers from iWc,y ust au.u, reports not veried or cwo or Posch picked up 19 in S4oat and the North Fork as in previous i the deligkt of her many friends military posts Chrouhout the ISL.2"fmyng:_ * in pu,ty U*tflbUI el tile t three other zshermen killing rat- in Taylorsville It was Posh 16 years, however fishing was bet- the canyon ]departmen of veterans U.S. The Meredith Wilson family tiers, the first or second day of the and Rolla Larkey 2, Chester, this opening than in the from Novato were up over the three years. Quite a num- ter season. I* is fairly early in the Poseh 47; Crescen,t Mlls, Posch, past ber of old ,time "opening day" i fishermen were seen on the river: Dick Sobrana and Tex Wilson from Salinas; Don Eratdi and a party of nine from Sonoma; Bill Gordon, the Sarres family and Jim Martinez al,1 from San Fran- cisco; Art Wi4msen from Ana- heim; Bill &nderson from Wal- season {or these reports to be 15; and Meadow Valley, Poseh, coming in and it is blamed on 12. the unusually open winter so R .... 1 ..... .... '^ -el' "ha fishermen bear I til unreported were L,avore "=Y Y% l  %e re tiles are out land Injun Jim where ,Vhe vote In YP.IQ  a n p IV and about and ,to be careful. I as expected t% bevery hght. ...... ] Clarence Neuness of Anderson Use the Want Ads ]stopped by to visit Rosa Haker fen route home last Friday. 30 minutes from now this man will receive $2000! He's turning in his old car as down payment on a '59 model. Arrangements for TIMEPLAN Financing to cover the $2000 balance will be handled right there in the showroom. He'll have his new car as quickly as a man with ready cash. Providing financing when and where you need it is just one of the many ways B of A can serve you. Whether you want a business loan or Travelers Cheques, money orders or a savings account, make B of A your banking headquarters. BANK OF AMERICA NAT)ONAL TRueT & 8AVINes ASaQGLATION * NINe[! Ir|DERA OI[POIWI' INSUHAN01[ ORPORAT'IOI *'-'.----, - HllU , ,,, , r i week end ,to help their sons dur- ing the opening. Mrs Marjorie Morrison and her husband Leo, who made their home from time to time at Little Haven, near the Caribou Road on 40A, passed away on April 28 at the hospital in Gridley after a lingering illness. Word has reached the local residents that Mrs Ana Phelps who owned and operated the #  l was an honored guest [ meeting. Party.. __Honors ,oH:,.o'. 9th r,rtnoav I DmS AT AGE 8 Funeral services are Mrs Glenn Campbell of Chest- at the Souders Funeral er held a party and supper latlCharlie Johnson who Tuesday evep=ing for Jimmie on away t the County his 9th bir.thday, the age of 83. He was a Mrs Glenn Campbell of Chest- er held a party and supper last Tuesday evennig fr Jimmie on i his 9th birthday. lumber worker and had the County Hospital for three of four years. He rived by a sister in Northwest. RECORD WANT ADS Mayarro Lodge near Pulga pass- Helping celebrate he happy oc- !ed away in San Francisco On[casion were Steven Gaines, Ralph {ay 8. Mrs Edna E Melcon) Crouch in Oroville is a niece of Neuman' Guy Rogers, Russell [Mrs Phelps. Rich, Jeff Rose, Lindsey Grang- i Gus Stickel visited over the week end w'ith his sister, Mrs I LOST 3 dogs in vicinity of yon Dam Wolf Friday, MaY 2 short hair, Tan male, er, Dana and Randy Campbell, David Rilea, Irwin Adams, Mr and Mrs Alvin Brown and daugh- ter Brenda and Glenn Campbell. Tacos and cake were served. Clampers to Meet Thursday Evening Promptly at 7 pn on Thursday since May 28 a,t the fair ground bar-I beque pits, adjacent to the fair I grounds in Quincy, E Clampus f small Vl, tus will initiate a large class of poor blind candidates, tails. Carrie Rebman and her husband Frank. Mrs True Wess and Mrs Art Wilmsen gave a surprise birth- day dinner on Sunday in honor cf Florence Dedmon. Mr and Mrs Bill Anderson and Susan from Walnut Creek who were house guests of the Dedmons' false enjoyed the festivites with True, Timmy, Tommy and Teddy Wess and Art Wilmsen. CRESCENT MILLS Mr and Mrs George Matheson of Los Angeles spent several days visiting Corenne Sorsoli and other friends en route home after a trip to Seattle. Mr Matheson was a resident here several years ago. Mr and Mrs Henry Rosenthol who have opened a second hand clothing store here left Thurs- This will be followed by Slip- pery Gulch and then will come a magnificent steak dinner. All this was announced today by Morris Durrant, noble grand humbug of he local chapter of tbe C]ampers, who urges attend- ance of all vcho are atthorized to witness these ancient and her- rifle rites. to Sandy. Black Diane. 1 large black male, black & white ted front legs; long long hair; lame in Anyone seeing any of the notify Deputy Lovett in day for Paradise. : Russell Brown, Noel Brown ville, or Sheriff's office in Mr and Mrs Ed Stevens and i and Bill Horn were seen on fam,ily of Loya]ton stopped by l opening day fishing the streams. to visit his sister and son-in-law, t the Sam Kingdon Srs. Sunday. THIRTY &TT-Iq"D SMORGASBORD AFFAIR Abot 30 people attended the smorgasbord luncheon held at Cedar Lodge n Chester last Wed- nesda. Atending were the grand officers of the Interna4ional Or- der of Job's Daughters officers and parents of the members of Bethel 64. Grand officers were Dorothy Wise of San Diego, grand guardian; Violet Hutchison, grand librarian and Mr Huchison of Chula Vista; Mrs Ford, grand guide, and Mr Ford of Los An- geles; Adeline Moorehead, grand marshal and deputy grand guar- dian of OroviUe. Also Joe and Gertrude Grist of Bethel 64. RESERVATIONS MANY Resort reservations for the va- cation season in Plumas Copnty are coming in faster than ever before, it is indicated in reports received from resort operators throughout the Feather River Country. According to Mrs Gladys Mansell, vice president of Plu- mas County Chamber of Com- merce, early indications are that Plumas County will enjoy the heaviest tourist and vacation 188 W. Main St. . Ph. business ever experienced. 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