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INDIAN VALLEY RECORD Mrs. A. J. Sliechan spent sev- 'TOP MONEY NODEO HIRAM JOHNSON’S ' eral days of last week in ()m— PLANNED BY RENO CAMPAIGN GETS UNDER ville. WAY IN PLUMAS Published Every Thursday By LAURENCE LOCKNEY AND. LIMBWDDD. Put Your Order in Now For Next Winter’s Wood RE‘NO, May 2f).—T(>p money Miss Alvina llraiidi visitedlrodeo of America for July 4. Entered as second-class matter November 27, 1930, at the post office at her sister, Mrs, (Tliff Sheeliaii. Greenville, California, under the Act of March 3. 1879. Hiram \l'. Johnson ’s cani- (i and 7 is the honor that Will!" f0" l‘(‘-(‘l(l(3ll0n t0 the here last week. Miss (i‘randi at- does to the Reno rodeo and livc- United Still“ 8911M“ gm lllldm‘ tended (li'eeii.ville High School lstock how, a survey of the prize Way in Mamas and is now taking,r a nursiiig’list shows. With prize money ‘Vl‘l‘k- . course in San Francisco. ‘Offered by the associaton, plus Testimonial committees for "-~— l entry fees added. the prelini- ill“ V’Oll‘mn Copy for advertising must reach the Record othce not later than Wednes- i | ‘- . ' . . l day i'orcnoon to insure publication in the current issue. All communica- ) “(’w‘lr‘l “"1"” “illm‘d t0 iiiary estimates lli(li('(li( that tions and items 01' news must reach the Record not later than Tuesday 1 alga, Monday morning: after more “Hm $8‘()00 Wm {10 m “1,. evening to insure publication. All communications must bear the signa- Spending the wwkwnd he“) ture of the author. but Will not be published if requested not to do so. ' With his parents. county this Wood Yard Located Neilr Greenville Hot Spring! Obituaries. Cards of Thanks and all notices of entertainments given for . profit, charged for the same as other advertismg. senator were an- nounced in, all counties north of the 'l‘ehachapi. “These testimonial commit- tees show the widespread non- . PHONE 10-M-5 winners in the various events.’ ‘KllOVVYl as the fastest growingr mam in t}... west H“. Rom, partisan support that exists for in B‘Wkeloy' Mm' "0"“ “wring; Mr‘q‘lshow will run aii extra day. senator J“h"50“~” ‘l“‘*l“1““l Mrs’ (L hmmm Mm. Bur-ritifiéirgzt‘O’xcligrFill1:]; “Mr; starting (m rlihursday‘ July 4’ Robert E. flirvin, San Friingis: bara Delavan. Mrs. liola Sor- Bézman' My: Ilgl'liq‘rr'; 1" ;‘a.nd ending on Sunday, July 7. 00,- (dnipaign manager '01 m“ and mm. daughter, Joy); , ,‘ . ..i annei 0m, of the fiwtmwm W,” he a northern and cential California, Mrs. Loulsu Tanner were in Grecnville Monday. find Wimp ng‘lon attended .Novt‘ld‘d Cllalmlli‘mShll’ llmn" W", mtpnd .tn PM“: actwp Correspondent .ebekah Lodge in GreenVillc flu-ding 1cm,th limited to “ma- working organizations in every An entertainment was given’flht Thursday mght' Friday evening by the pupils of county in the state.” BUDWEISER AND ANHEU- 1;; Mrs. Wise, who has been vis— ' tours and honaf'ide residents of q SEKBUSCH BEER , , v, I HAPPY HOUR lilac state. l’l‘lZf! money for this »‘ (motor Johnson announced 0N DRAUGHT 11111:! her SO". A. M- “159 and the grammar school. A nice CLUB event totals $000. A Nevada SPVOral mlonths {1.920le would Fore] & Domestic Whisk!“ 2, mm”)? hl‘l'e for “10 Past tWO program was rendered after' [emf roping contest for $300 seek both the republican and g“ weeks, returned to her home which punch and cookies were served by the Crescent l-lome All Kinds of Wines & Llano” 2. Mrs. Valentino Zunino, PrOP- will be another feature. In the professional buckng democratic nominations at the August 27 primaries. The Happy Hour Sewing: club met at the hOme Of’ Eva at Walnut Grove the last Of the week. Her son took her club. A large crowd attended. Mulch-om Thursdav. Mav 23.lhorse event, the top bronc rid- Phil-"as COllnlY testimonial 0' lenlnov MK?- home. School was out Tuesday of this Mention of. offim‘rs ' was.(:rs will compete for prize committee members are: ‘J. R. GreenimIe Hotel‘BIlg: . -7“— , “’N‘k Mid fl IT-Cllil' W‘dH (‘njoyml Mid which FPSHHM W followq. money of $1,100. Bull ridng, Atkins. M. 0. Kerr. William GRIuEhVILLL. LA . Mm' lemme Flame and at. the Arthur Hedrick place. I‘ " children and Harry Huntington of Susanvillc were guests at the home of Mrs. ‘l’ieree’s parents. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas McRorie, Sunday. . . . - v y v y u 11 - call" roping. bull desiring: and T'limmlllim. J. W. Nobel. J. N. Jive Davis. presideiitdmu llllnS- , . Q1. h I Th , H Iteain roping each carry prize '1 (‘ll a". 1- - 33’”. m‘VPV —————-—————/ ford, reporter: Mae Mouiikes. 1, W00 1.] ti l yam.” F Young g 0 men», ‘ i ii I. 1, ) re- "' '- v ~- 1' W reporter. Refreshments con- ('V 0 V ( a i _ . . . - . . Youm all of nine. sisted of ice cream. cookies and bm’k bmm’ “ding contest has g, Q y q ton. A picnic was planned "$400 and the Wild cow milking: Good Steaks for the next meeting, with Lou (?011t'98t$200' . . . . . "Papa! Wth is a 1°W'b"°W7" liiinsi’ord as hostess. Members Members Of lemg Shenff'“ “A low-brow my son. is a person Good Chops Good Roasts The (irex‘qont “mm. dub met Present were Jessi” Shortv Eva posses will compete in the, who likes the funny papers, snappy at the 110nm of M1.S_ ROI-go, “HIM-vim. Lou Lunsford'Kath_,gr(‘(}lilllorll calf tying contest, Stories, girl shows and the like, All Kinds of Cooked Meats iwo miles north of town. Mrs. George Aldrich and soils and Mrs. ltllllll‘icll. Downiig were. in (lreenville Monday. ——~n High-Low N Mr. and Mrs. Charles Logan and son of Reno spent Sunday here with relatives at the Sor- soli Hotel. l‘flnim‘l‘ VVBdIlPSdfly 0f 13“ i'erine Kilpatric, Dean Taylor. “.10 SH“ Frans/ism posse and the 911326322": Zlgfrz:"papa.” “'(‘('k- RefreShmenl“ were 59"" Eve Davis. Teresa lricsbach, hevada Whlt? Hat’s 0f Reno “A High-brow. my son. is, a. low. vcd and an enjoyable, afternoon ‘Mém M‘mmkes_ Beulah ’Warren 1 have already Slgfmd “ll: brow [who won't admit it." was passed. was a guest. I Added color Will be given the _. .... {Reno show by the, attendance Quadrangle ‘ Ted DaVis, who was operated l Oi lndianis from. the Stewart “"9 You kmw' I “sped that Mrs. Stanley Dolphin drove down from. 'l‘aylorsyille Sunday and took Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Neer home with her for a visit Mr. and Mrs. John McRorie ......._.. ...u._ ._ . . . . i . . . . . my husband has a love affair with The BeSt 0f Meats at the W. H. Dolphin home. attended the wedding: Of her on recently for appendiCitis at and Nixon reservations, With a his Stemgmphen" at Reasonable sister, Miss Helen Manthe, to the Westwood hospital, will be daily Indian pony race. A free Maid; uOh' I don’t beneve it P . Mrs. D. L, Hunt, was a caller Don North in Grcenville Sun- able to return home the last of for all cow pony race daily and You are only saying that to make rlces in Greenville Monday. day. this week. a. kids’ calf riding contest also me Jealoufi" add to the action Of the outdoor Mmflv W Mrs. A. J. Riehl returned the Mr. and Mrs. Buster Deal and NOTICE To THE PUBLIC event. last of the week from a. month ’s two children of Grecnville were Having 501d “figwfnterest in the TOP feat/“"9 attractions ill‘ visit with her daughter and hus-i callers at the H. C. Neer home Pioneer Care, I win not be respon. elude Dick Griffith, premiere band, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Hookl Wednesday evening. “Me 1‘01” any indebtfidness incurred lVl‘lC‘k ride", Monte Montana and , n b}; any party or parties connected MS troupe Of trick ropers and h “35' Stammered the Young man I with that business. ._ . great embarrassment, “but I am MRS. GOLDA GOTT. iidersj Chet and Juanita Ilow- going to pay it tomorrow.» ell, trick riders and hopers, and Dated: Thursday, May 9, 1940. Homer Holcomb, most famous of all western clowns. . . .. 4* UNION VOTE WILL BE TAKEN IN SUSAN VILLE Due “How kind of you,” said the girl. "to bring me these lovely fresh flowers. I believe there is some dew on them yet." _________—____/ Pal’s Barber ShOP J. E. Stampfli, PrOP' Greonville, Calif. Open8a..m.t08p.m. Open Saturdays 8 a. m to P' m' HAIRCUT 50c SHAVE 25" Ladies’ Neck Trim 2503 filled/ms Fi/t/ p M‘W 7569/1! l % W. J. HALL NOTARY runuo Greenvllle, Calif. The Federal Labor Board has, granted permission to member! WARDLOW’S -Confectionery GREENVILLE - CALIF. of the 010 in Susanville to de- termine whether the workers in the lumber industry in that re- gion desire to be represented by the 010 or the AFL. An elec- tion will be held June 6. The union is now AFli. It is said that: there are about 180 AFL adherents in the region and from 30 to 40 CIO’S. W SOFT DRINKS CANDIES CIGARS NOVELTIES FOR RENT New Lincoln 200 Amp. Eleo- ti'lc Arc Welder. $2.00 per hour, including gas and oil. Common welding rod. $3.50 per hour including a man to weld. - .__.._- ..- ‘ Mrs. William Starks and daughter and Miss Helen French of Susanville were in ‘ Greenvillc Sunday. 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