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OF FIRE DISTRICT BUDGET CRESCENT MILLS I RBY GIVEN lizard of Commissioners ]VI:ILLS DISTRICT has lre|iminary budget for: and operation, "capital outlay, which budget can be in- week days at the Store between the A.M. and 6:00 P.M. said Board of Com- Of said District will ! Crescent Mills Fire Hall 29, 1954 at the hour of for the purpose of fix- .final budget for said :M:IIS FIRE DISTRICT, at which any taxpayer may ald be heard regarding decrease, or omission of the budget, or for of additional items. GDON, Secretary NILLS DISTRICT DF FIRE DISTRICT TAYLORSVILLE  IO- DERI, at which time and place any taxpayer may appear and be heard regarding the increase, decrease, or omission of any item of the budget, or for the inclusion of additional items. PAU', Secretary TASFL FIRE PRION DISTRICT i NOTICE TO CREDITORS No. 3011 In the Matter of the Estate of I,ANK LEON MILLER, also known as FRANK L. ,M:IL and F. L. MILLER, Deceased. NOTICE IS H:EEBY GYVN by the undersigned, WID TREVELLICK IVIILLISR, execu- trix of the last Will and Testa- ment of 9-'rank Leon Miller, also known as Frank L. Miller and F. L. Miller, deceased, to the creditors of and all persons hav- ing claims against the said de- cedent, to file them, with the necessary vouchers, within six months after the first publication of this notice, in the office of the Clerk of the Superior Court BUDGET of the State of California, in and AT GREENVILLE for the County of Plumas,, or to present them, with the necessary rS YrIEREBY GIVEN vouchers, within six months after of Commissioners the first publication of this notice ILLE FIRE to the said executrix at the law DISTRICT has office of Young and Young, a preliminary budget for: Quincy, California, which last. and operation, named place the undersigned se- Capital outlay, which Sects as her place of business in budget can be in- all matters connected with the week days at F. estate of said decedent. o. Store between the Date of first publication, June A.M. and 6:00 P.M. 10, 1954: the said Board of Com- Dated at Quincy, California, of said District will June 3rd, 1954. the Greenville Fire Hall WINI TREVELLICK 1954 at the hour of MILLER !0, the purpose of fix- Executrix of the Last Will and budget for said Testament of Frank Ieon ILLE FIRE PRO- Miller, also known ae Frank DIIICT, at which L. Miller and F. L. Miller, Place any taxpayer may deceased. d be heard regarding (Publish June 10-17-24-July 1) decrease, or omission Of the budget, or for PERSONALS of additional items. (UCS, Secretary Adair Stroing entertained the DISTRICT bridge club at her home Mon- day. Those present were Edna OF FIRE DISTRICT Ktmzlcr, Macy Reynolds, Elsie I!IiNAR,Y BUDGET Caraway, Doris Bush, *Wllma AT TAYLORSVILLE Lemm, Bea Hall, 'Pearl Strong, and the hostess. IB Y G Weekend guests at the Carl Fur- Commissioners rer home were Mr. and Mrs. M. F. VILLE FIRE Burrus of Sacramento, Mr. and DISTRICT has Mrs. Ray Helgesson of San Fran- budget for: cisoo. Newlyweds Mr. and Mrs. and operation, Nick Crowl'ey of San Francisco ettpital outlay, which atopped in on their wa from l)udget can be in- Ren0 and were the honored guests week days at the at a dinner party. Hall between the Mr. and Mrs. Victor Smith of ;:00 A.M. and 6:00 P.M. Rio Vista spent Memorial Day in said Board of Corn- Greenville. of said District will Capt. Frank Farley, Arlene, aylgrsvllle Fire I-IM1 Kathy and Nancy of Martinez 1954 at the hour of spent the Memorial weekend with the purpose of fix- Mr. and Mrs. Curt Harrison of mdget" for said Greenville. oooeooeoooeo@ee eeeeaeee eeeoeoeeeea@eeeee o o o YOUR CAR O O FOR SPItiNG! O O e O BAKED ENAMEL PAINT JOBS " BODY AND FENDER REPAIRS O O @ O @ O @ O @ O O O @ o @ @ "l jr your car is not becoming to you, it should be coming to us/" i: : " Russell Motors :Your DeSoto-Plymou$h Dexr 1I'9.M . Crescent Street - reenvillet Catlif. llqDooooooe ooo oooooooooo aoooooooooo ooooogoo' Happy Birthdays to June 6- Gaylene Deal, Freddie Zunino, Fay Seymour. June 7  Darrell Grames, Ann Craway, Sue Rowett. June 8  Joan Neuman, Andy Bradford. June 9  Rodney Plrtle, Dickie Gates, Jim Batson. June lO--Mary Bausch, Cecil Mc- I ntyrs, M. D. Ayoob. June 11William North, Violet H awson. Juno 12 . Jerry Lee Hall, Leah Toscanl. ANNIVERSARY CONGRATULATIONS TO: June 6--Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Mc- Mullen. June 8Mr. & Mrs. Alex Largent June 9Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth Mc- Intyre, Mr. & Mrs. Vorus V. Roulsten, Mr. & Mrs. George Standart. June 10---Mr. & Mrs. Ralph Lo- zano. June 11Mr. & Mrs. C. H. (Red) Logan, Mr. & Mrs. Jerry Saffell June 12Mr. & Mrs. Harry Cof- fin, Mr. & Mrs. Lyal Wells. A baby daughter was born at the Batson Hospital this morning June the 10th, at an early hour, to Vernon and Elise Appleby of Grcenville and Lake Almanor. She weighed 6 lbs. 1 ounce and has a brother,' ]%Iark. No name had been given the new arrival. CALENDAR OF EVENTS 2nd and 4th Tuesday of each monthDrivers' licenses obtain- able at Greenville Justice Court. Every Thursday, 7:30 p.m, Choir practice at the Community Church. Anyone who wants to sing is welcome. Sunday next---Church servloes, open to the public. For details see listing of the church of your own choice (Page 2). Thursday, June 10, 7:30 p.m. Regular meeting of Plumas Co. Chapter, Western Mining Council, at Cottonwood Club, Greenville. Thursday, June 10, 7:30 p.m. Plumas Mining Council meets at Cottonwood Club. Anyone Inter- ested is weloome to the dinner and business meeting. Saturday, June 12, 1 p. m. The Community Church needs your help at their Men's Club WOrk Day. 8unday, June 13, 9:45 a. m. Children's Day Program at the Community Church during Church School Hour. Everyone Invited. Sunday, June 13, 6:30 p. m. Pot-luok style Fell0Nship Supper at the Community Church. Monday, June 14---AII who are interested irl Dlaying soft ball are asked to meet at the softball diamond Monday evening. Wednesday, June 16, 12:30 p. m. --The Indian Valley Garden Club will meet at the Social Hall of the Community Church for a pot- luck luncheon. The Quincy and Westwood Garden Clubs will be guests. Tuesday, June 17, 8 p. m: Greenville Chamber of Commerco will meet at I.V. Light & POwer offloes for eleotion Of offloers and other business. Everbody welcome. Friday, June 18, 7:30 p.m.--- Plumas Couhty Water Resources Board will meet at the Office of the Farm Advisor in Quiney. Friday, June 25, 8 p.m.--Cancer Benefit program by the Sincerity Chapter O.E.$. at the Greenville Masonic Hall; Entertainment and refreshmentS. Everybody weloome. Saturday, July ---Dance at Taylorsville Grange Hall. Rodeo Queen will be oed. Sunday, July 4--Sth Annual Silver BUokte Rodeo at Taylors- vllle. Barbecue at 11;30. Friday, July 16, 8:00 p.m-- Card pay and fair at th Green- vllle Mas6dio Hll. Benefit of OE8 81mlhlne Fund, FAMILY REUNION HELD IN GREENVILLE The homes of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. (Speed) Allen and Cliff Rowett and families were the scenes last weekend of a Family Reunion when relatives arrived from distant points for a visit in Greenville. Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. Ray Thorpe from Dewey, Oklahoma; Mr. and Mrs. Trent Carden, Meadow Valley; Joe Kyle and two sons, Bobby and Junior, from Redding, and Wayne Kyle from Bryt, California; Mrs. Edith DeForest and two daughters, Dorothy and Frances from Susan- ville. Make today bu? Onited States 00efense Bends SEE INDIANAPOLIS RACES Mr. and Mrs. Mahlon Stainton. of Fresno and son, Jim, spent the week end as guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Van Ronk of Greenville. She is Frank's sis- |Jr|AN.|JA|I__V R ter and they were enroute home from the Indianapolis Speed races. GREENVILLE, CALIF. FOR SERVICE CALL GREENVILLE PHONE 100-M from 9 "a.m. to 12 noon, or call QUINCY PHONE 566 Until Monday, June 21 DON CALDWELL ON DUTY FOR PLUMAS GAS & APPLIANCE while Avery Poole is on vacation PROPANE - APPLIANCES TANKS eOO0000000000000000OOOOO0 OOOOO00 WE STII,I, HAVE THE SANE SERVICE = AND NERCHANDX00 AS USUAL TELEPHONE DELIVERIES ALL THE TIME TWICE DAILY FEATUUING FRUITS AND V'SGETABI IN fN COI LINE OF F/SHING TACKLE THAT IS "roPs" FOR  Ai! % HARDWARE TO DO T ANY SORT OF lO "HIBIJP PREVENT FOBT FIRES" W. F. MORRIS & SONS 40 Mm STREET C.; CJJJ. eooebe6oooogoe&odooe60666od#&6o6666#O66ooooeq