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J VOLUME X GREENVILLE, PLUMAS COUNTY, CALIFORNIA, THURSDAY, MAY 30, 1940 NUMBER 36 Ife to Paradise and was about fmm i over It's the samel,eyeUlsevera In(years ago i ang p - ' " V erc s]3" l'JI veieat l e{iole. -- DglL IA: 3151 11JII9 I a e . .r " I ' iI Thelh~'~calaureate Service for thesenior elassof the(~reen-, Pacedl)3'ltl~Lvy hittingof126A~h~Iele?,:nMS:::ll:~aYb'e~::~:!D~ty (] :,Isl n,l vfl]e High Sch,)ol will be hehl at. the commututy (:hur.eh Sunday, ]Forrcst "Chuck" l anous, the] She bride of Donahl C. North at] June 2, at 8 p. ~rL. Follow'ing is the order of the service: ]Indian Valley Merchants base-|an inmressive wedding cere-] rocessional Iball team bounced back intolmony -at the" eom munity[ All county papers are carrying advertising announcing the Invocation Rev. Stanley Webster Ithe win cohlmn by eking out a I(.hurch in Greenville Ray.[attractions that will take place on Treasure Island, Sunday, l esponse by the Choir . . narrow 5-4 win over a vastly I Stanley S. Webster read the]June 9, which is P]umas County Day. a. "]'se Gwine Back to l)ixic" Traditional limproved Greys Fiat club, in alservice. I Passenger Agent F. E. Bedient of Sacramento announces b. "Ca~me Son,'" Lansing thrilling, e]even-innin ~ over-,",i i mar I that the Plumas count train, leavin Portola at 9 ) m, June ~" I' ~. g ~ I Fhe br,de was g van n Y,g t- Junior Iligh Club J ime battle played on the Ked-[ria :e by. her txother, Floyd ] 8, will have five pulhnan sleepers, two day coaches, arid a diner Reading Mrs. Earl Flynn [die diamond. IManthe.- [to take care of the happy crowd of people who contcmp]ate mak- Presen tation of Offering I For nine innings Fisher, J The church was decorated.[ ing the trip. The diner will serve as a club car where excur- Offertory Mrs. George Brown [pitcher for the locals, held the ]with' baskets of spring flowers,sionists may play cards and where refreshments will be served. I~yran 167 "Brighten the Corner"lrival hatsmen to eight bits and!and a white latticework cur-] The round trip fares are as follows: Adults $5; those be- Bac'calaureate Sermon Rev. Stanley Webster lieur runs before retiring in fa-ltain, centered with a wedding[ tween the ages of 12 and 18 $3.30; those under 12 $1.65. Chil- 'The Marathon of Life" [vor of Pries. rice proceeded I])ell, formed the background be-| dren under 5 free. i, Hymn 205 "Yield Not. to Temptatmn Ito stroke out four of the six ]fore which the bride and groom] Registration blanks are being distributed throughout the B'enedictior Ray. Stanley Webster Ibatsmen to face him in the an- !stood for the ceremony county to ascertain as near as possible how marry.people would ,[ suing innings and was credited hI Preceding the entrance of the [ like to make this trip to Treasure Island and the Plumas County ] lwith the win when the loea]s l)rhla] party, Miss Violet Web-| Chamber of Commerce will give two trips free for just getting i,omm~ncmant rropram Ibroke the deadlock in the elev-lster and her sister, :Miss Daisy]these registration blanks signed by friends and relatives. Any [enth. Fisher. however, de-!Webster, accompanied by] citizen of the county may enter in this fun and perhaps win a [serves a world of credit for hie IGeorge Brown at the piano,] free trip tothe fair: Just obtain, a supply of those blanks from o . : . ] P . . . .gg rocessional . ]eleventh and Dick Hughes on] The bride's dress was of better than ever and perhaps never in our future history will arche "Romaine" G un (t]base, Chuck P, nous came[white ]ace, fashioned with aJthere be an opportunit to visit the World's Fair at so low a avocation . ]'through with his fourth hit of]/ull skirt. Iter veil, fastened] cost and every effort is being made to make the trip a genuine .rresentation of Citizenship Cup {the dayl to win te ball game. A about ltead tiara style wasJ pleasure tri for Plumas courrt folks It will be a d f "I . P y . ay o days, a Spamsh Village itl ree run scoring spree bylof court length, her bou- so don't miss the train when Plum.as county goes to the Fair. oaneI o ranza" |Greys Flat in the fourth inning'[quet a spray of white rose,| From "Don. Quixote Suite" -- Safranek lenabled them to tie the score Mrs. Louis Prideaux, matron| Address Dr. Joel Itildebrand[4.4, and the game then settled!of honor, wore a dress of rose| I expect to be on the Treasure Island train bound for a da-" Dean of the College of Letters and Science ]into a tight defensive duel. I colored chiffon, and Miss Blos-/ of fun and education when it leaves Plumas county June 8 University of California,The locals outhit Greys Flat lsom Meltz, maid of honor and| a great Plumas County Day at the Fair. laresentation of Diplomas ]14 to 9 but were unable to ic usin of the bride, chose peach| ' " . ~enedietion : Rey. Stardey Webster[bunch enough of their hits forlcolored lace for her costume.lS'gned ecessional ]runs except in the fourth when ] Iiss Ira Sanders, bride's-maid,l ,[ three runs were scored on four I wore a dress made of pale green| nemaenee IINDIAN VALLEY AND [its. . l.net. Matching hats and bou-I Name and Address of Contestant. / l lllO[ bltt I QUINOY MERCHANYS ] A1 Martin, besides playing a], uets of roses completed their| ' " ' ----- I WILL TANGLE BUNDAY|good defensive game, shook his ]costumes Following is the list of grad-I " ---- |batting slump and crashed out[ Dorothy and Audrey North,] For the seeond consecu'iveltwo hits one of them a double ]sister cousin of the room ~us irom ~ne senmr ~a~a ~. " ~',"~ g I : the G~.v ~'~" -hs,~;-~" ~,~- -~"~""~ - -,"" l week the Indian Valle . Mer'|Bob-,Kelton and Dick Itughes[rcs. pectively, were the flower| . ' 1940. ' chents baseball club will pack|cueh collected two hits in. five]girls Their dresses were of]TR U TRT.Ahlrfl ~'~r[ I1 }Ierschel Loy d North ul, their war clubs to a|trips to the plate. [lAnk ,uo I tiranae Vance Iichael David Ayoob, Jr league opponent away fr6m| If one of the league teams Itomer North, brother of the] . ' ] O J ae Rose Perkins [home. This time the oppo. ition|wil1 upset Graeagle, and Greys[groom, acted as best man. The| Mrs. C. M. Chamberlain, vice] The Indian'-' alley Grange blarguerite Katherinle banahan] will be furnished by the QuincY|Fint might do it, Greenville will l ushers were Louis Prideaux of Jpresident,and cashier of the In-lwil) ,; a + I)aisy Fern Webster ! VIerchants, victors over SIGht|still stand an excellent chance lGreenville and Merle Thomp-]dian Valley)Bank, was present}ko] and the Quincy Loggers in of wmnm the first half en son of Chico "at the ceremonies last Saturday' tt u -ur y I aura Elizabeth Heath . . ' " " g P " ' " .' ' ' ' night, June 1 The dance will {arianJuanitaCurnow !the rflrsttwOstarts" /nant. I A wedding reception waslwh ehofficlallyopen edthe19401startatg,` m Obo I Quincy, the team that gave| --, given by. the bride's mother,[Fair on Treasure Island } t awara ocKney ." r Greenville s Jineup: " ' . " This is one of a series of - l the Ind,an alley Merchants a] [Mrs Meta Manthe at Forestl Mrs. Chamberlain who estab- . , 0Ordon tt old Neuman [run for the league ehampmn-| r. - ]Lodge, for a large group oflhshed a record m 1939 by at-I v'arrar . AD 1 11 " " ' . . dances wh]cn oeing given in ar Near, 3b a u u ~ . . ' the L~range nail there ~eing a--n I "'a kins Iship last year, defeated thc] -. lfi'ier ds and relatives Thecou tending the fair 23 hmes, sta-J y e eroy n w 1 ' ' 3 " ",iartin, ss . a ' ' . . one ounce nela eacn monen # [( umeyLoggers 13 to 9 stl then departed for a shortltes that the Fa rxsmuch morel . - " ,e x a ley yle Hughes, lb 5 2 zI '" ~ ' . . lYlUSlC Will 'De suppdecl ny ne ' [Sunday, to remain m a fcr,hone oon h ' mterestm and colorful than r fl Arnold Thresh, .vm,t e destmatmnof g [ I [1 Sobrero, rf 5 0 1. ' i[ . . . Lassen Serenaders. Supper will lffelvi v -r-- Tambert pJace w tn ( raeagie. t ra-I " .- " - -lwhich remained a secret /i~, was rest year " :. , n a~ave ne u,I ~lJ,'. F, anous, if a z ~l : ' ' l !oe serveo at ml(Inlgnl~ Dy tile la- ~e eagle, mc~cten~any, wa~opat~ Th b auford F ,ene Young I e r'de is the daughter oil ----------- I oungma,ei O ff .L u~a uz w~v ,Jra]a~ [SiGht 9-5 for thaw second|,"" - [Mrs Meta Manthe of Or-e- iJAME$ MAXWELL MAY I " ~ rmm~ ~g. octm.-: I - - IK-l+on 2b 5 0 24 e'n'l .^ ~ m.~.~,~ | --------~'~------- W" strai ht lea ue wm " vii dh g g le and Charles Manthe of WE am James Dodson ] " - |D"xt"" C a 0 11 !| ] RED SHIRTS " .Let. v~l, ' . ~ Several mportant detad Lo alto I " 4 0 1 ' Y n, She received her ed-I ""77",o} The time to start wearing red 0 . zsner, p James ~vlaxwell, member or ED ha e caused Manager Carl ucatmn ] ' MOO tES INJUR [ " "'/, : ^ .7 0 0 O[ '" "n Greenville where[ :]shirts is June 1, says Wendel ,I - 'rer to still ho-'e for the first/ p h " . ./me ouster rus crew at t ounul, ' " IB U'I'O Auu t 'Xl ' n 0 olS e graaua eo from n] n scnoot. I e" " . I v emnespy, general chairman of ~1,~k ~;ib~::de:ut:::th:dead [ !;:ys c?l:P~ ;:h~: a Fhl::d's.:~ iiv Ad:=sr'::for plteher in 7th I:;tden~te2ae~a::ant:,n~ohe~::iho:] (ii:i~lii! :W)bk aw~2:i~Uvh}r we!il ~;g:::::h~" F~[:;=t::~y Gs::~ game aganmt Graeagle, every Co]le e Y 'y " e ! " I [ g I that the wearm of red sh rts r e ight last week when the wood while working ne sneer g [md catmn points to the league[ Diamond Dig I North is the son ^f ' Ihv ;o ~al~ " " ' - - '"~ a ~s I-" w s drown ran : hlch he wa g ]leaders suffering a loss True,[ Martin up, he singles. Team-[Mrs C C ]qorth oi'('#;eenvi]l reported to have pierced toa telephone pole bythe (, le m tes stand rooted m their teyeball He was taken to San} . ]raeagle, defeated Greene. '1 [ a [and a. . oe ,'ated with his une]e I' " o for the show and oarade, and of a narrow roa ! near ra.r-[and the Merchants nosed out[tracks. Martin, sighs and col-[Jamss North. in the trueki'n ]Francisco zor. rea mem . aax-lhe ur-es the necessi't- of e er-- Jse. Moores had taken [.he Flatters, but you fans who]lapses He isrevived Thehit[bnsiness Mr -nd Mrs [well lost the s ght of the other[ DS; ( . . .-" . . a rn one sp uuln u in nam,m rcu I o o I,o GOT o aw the locals hand the game to a e s ave t en ne f ~ale and llall: oul; o~ nls, n ter Martin u o "]Oraeagle through errors knowlgame, in ings la ; " P']eotta-es on the hi-hw--" ] --'---'--- -----'---" i - to Greenwlle when the Te inmates col s NOMA SHORT AND GENEROU P . ' ' ll at a good defensive team will]He doubles. ,a -I '",I B REI ONI TO lights of an approaching]hund " Graeagle her first set-]lapse. Ladies and gentlemen,] VIOLA SELF GRADUATE[ RED 0R01 RELIEF FUND 1.nterfered .with h,s msmn,[baek of the season. ]they haven't recovered. ]league schedule is over. |Noma Short an- iola Self, for-J Mrs. C. M. Chamberlain, see ," u ae struck the pole. ne was The Quincy Merchants, as[. ]. ------ |m. er Greerrvil le tti oh Seh001 retary of the loeal chapter, of a(lered un onscmus ann waS|we have already pointed out,| w * "Chuek" Reno, s is] |studentsand members of the ]the American Red Cross,state u0t " " r ~'"'~ '~ vlrgll xoungman is rovln ' , found untd five hours afte " " P g a " " ' also m first place, but eom kind th t contmbuhons are coming tll . " uefin,itely out after sonde Ito 'be -uite an -sset tothe class of ]940, graduated Tues-l. accident, when ne was g ven arat ve seores md]eate that,m every day for the War Re t ]P ' ' " - [of a batting championshii . In]a ;,o hou o.;a.o]day evening fromthe Lassen] " atraent they too will be knockedoff k n fief l md and that this com ' --,--e ] . |nine trips to the plate Chuc ],bein a de-endable ,qtcherVir [Union High School at Susa -[ " their perch m next Sunday s l n umty will go over the top m ] t,L BABY ffLINI0 [ |has collected six hits for a coo ]gil, has assumed the extra du |ville. Rev. and Mrs. Stanley S. 1 HERE NEXT FRIDAYIgame' The Quincy outfit of]667 average. Are you listening, ties of co" hl" natrollin-, sen"[Webster an d family drove to].i+s quota. " |this year, despite their reeord,|Frank Sobrero I .ts -.'[Susanville to attend the exer-] Names of contributors and ------ . . "." terllelawnen not. takinghis ! ?he next well baby elinie| s not as formidable as last] ----- ]'r "" " |cises Ithe amounts eontributed will , ~;U n on~ne moun(1 " ", 'eheduled for this district will|year s team, due to the fact that[ Frank "Riflearm Sobrero] " |' = ]be published in new week s m- e held Friday morning, Maylthey have lost both Cooney and]is heard muttering They can t| I x/ GREH |sue of the Record. 81, at hi ,h' ahool |Luzar, two of their best play-|do that to me." Frank, of] Hitherto regarded as a ques-| REO IVF. DEGRF. ] -------------------- I ers,course is referring, to the rival tion mark, Fisher demonstrated| ------ I FATI R OF ORBY WJLRE ATI:J ER RI ER [ A1 Martin's battery slump is| Ore,s Flat ,itcher who set him [ Sunday that he is capable of[ Carl Malmgren, son of Mr. [ Drl IN MINNEBOTA LEAGUE BTANDINGB[ended, we hope, and Fisher has/do v with, on'e hit'in five tries IP-;tching against any team inland Mrs. E. F. Ma]mgren. of] Orby) Ware of Greenville has " *he lea e He the only A]manor Dam, arrayed Wednes received ord of the death of ,-'----" [,-roven he can bolster the pitch-,Watch out Frank, Martin is[ " I " "] " . I-,' . . . ~, Won Lost [in- staff wherr ealled on to]streakin,un on ]pitcher on the squad who has]day following hm graduatmn,lns father, Walter Ware, m taeagle 2 0[ i 'ch [ '- " ]pitched rrtore than eight in-[from the University of Califor-]B'enidji, Minnesota. Walter t mey Merchants 2 0 d Chuek Ra nm s m one ball ame Th s ma at Berkeley Ware had been m fll health eddie.Oraysflat 1 1] Mr and Mrs Ernest Cloud]nous probably will be seen corn- Istatemen,of course, is not Malmgren received his de-lsinee last fall. Mr. and Mrs. V. )/ferchants. 1 1 [,dsited with Mr and Mrs Del-[parin batting averages in the l questioning the ability of the gree in engip, eering. He is a [Orby and daughter, An. ' ine 0 1 ' ' ", ' y Loggers [bert Cloud in New Pine Creek,[rear future. Wonder who U [other hnrlers endurance, but l raduate of the Greenville High [i a, visited Ware s parents Ttola . 0 l }Modoe, county, recently. ]have the highest when the merely a statement of fact. School this spring. toat 0 2