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']: ~: ~i~.',Y, June 20, 1940 I:N'DLAN VALLEY RECORD m III General Merchandise Greenville California m Mrs. Louisa Tanner Correspondent Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Boyden Tsylorsville were callers at the G. L. Tanner home Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Stampfli of Susanville spent the week end here with Mr and Mrs. Frank Stampfli. 2rthur was helping his brother %~7alter Stampfli with some repair work on his barn. Mrs. Emma Wright returned tile last of the week from a two weeks visit with relatives in Reno,Sacra- mento, and Oakland. Mrs. Otto Stampfli and infant daughter are visiting at the home of I Mrs. W. M. Stampfli. She came up ,h'cm San Francisco ~ith Mrs. Pearl H---- -- IiIStronff and mother Mrs. J. B. Peek N~I~" ~ 1 9 v~l~r~ ~;I.ere over from the Ktngdon ranch 85 H~ I Mr. Porter of Susanville and Mr. H ,I ~l~u~ho~d of Westwood were in H ,~ ~, I town Saturday. i~ ~ ~ ] J. W. Ryan returned Saturday ~~~ ~from a trip to Los Gates. Wh est of everything in I ----- ' [~~ [ Jerry Dynan who spent a week ~ |in Oakland returned home Saturday Wines. Liauors. Beer tHovisited the ,air on Treasure =. !]Neta Palberg of Quincy were dinner g~'~~'~ guests at the Sorsoli Hotel Fri- WATCH YOUR GARDEN GROW / / L -////L:L " A N A II T 0 M A T I C .i!" if~;'~'~i!i~:!!:~i:~,ill CO{illS DINNER A modern Electric Range that is .~~ fully automatic will cook entire meals without you being near the kitchen. Tend yo'ur garden, watch it grow and have every confidence that your Automatic Electric Range will ; cook foods to perfection without attention from you. * You'll like ~ the economy and dependability of the Automat ic Electric Range. You'll like the swift, clean heat from the speedy heating units.You'll like the clean, cool kitchen, better tasting t ~.~. meals,accurate cooking results. And remember, you can afford to cook *.W~L-~,~ tt this modern way today--electric rates for cooking are low and range prices are about half of what you might think. SEE YOUR DEALER OR THIS COMPANY PACIFIC GAS AND ELECTRIC COMPANY QUIT ADVERTISING 1411~-141) day evening, later accompanying Mrs. Margurlte Luzzadder to a meeting of the Eastern Star in Greenville. Quite a number from here atten- :',e'l the Graduation exercises at the Greenville High School Tuesday evening. Mrs. H. C. Neer accompanied Mr. apd Mrs. W. H. Dolphin of Taylors- ~Hle to Sacramento last Tuesday. Mrs. Dolphin who has been quite Ill the past three months will receive medical attention while there. Mrs. S. T. Luzzaddor drove her daughter Margy Lanahan to ~hes- '.er Sunday, where she will spend a week with Mrs. Eugene Llllen- thal. Mr. and Mrs. George Tanner were callers in Greenville Sun,lay. Mr. and Mrs.-~Ray Develter of Orovlle called at the MeRorte home Sunday. Mrs. Develter is a niece ot Mrs. McRorte. Walter Kelly came down from his mine r~bove Engelmtne the last of the week. Mrs. Ethel Hlllman and Mrs. Fae Hicks have returned from a two weeks vavcation spent in Los Angles. Norman Sorsoli spent Saturday at the Cardoza ranch with Joel and !Harold Cardoz~ Mrs. G. L. Tanner and grandchil- dren ~'ayne and Joy Sorsoli drove to Taylorsville Monday. Mrs. Gertrud~man left Mon- day evenir~ for a weeks stay in Senta Cruz. During l~er absence Mrs. Emma Wright will be house- l:eeper for Mrs. G. H. Welters. Mr. and Mrs. Jones and Baby of Quincy were callers at the home of Mrs. Lola Sorsoli Sunday. NOTICE OF INTENTION TO EN. GAGE IN THE SALE OF AL- COHOLIC BEVERAGES. June 12, 1940. To Whom It May ~oncern: Notice is hereby given that fif- teen days after the date posted, the undersigned proposes to sell alco- holic beverages at these premlse~ described as follows: MAIN" STREET, CHESTER, PLUMAS COUNTY. Pursuant to such intention, th~ undersigned is applying to the State Board of Equalization for is- suance of alcoholic beverage li- censes for these premises as fol- lows: On Sale Beer. Anyone desiring to protest the issuance of such license may notify the State Board of Equalization at Sacramento, California, as provided by law. ISA~BEL MARIE BROKER. of Hc~rdgrave home. They spent the f~rst week of their vacation on a trip to the Redwoods. Mrs. Eva Neer, son, Floyd, and daughter, Dorothy went to Sacra- r,~ento Saturday where Dorothy re- mained to attend Healds business college. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Dolphin left last Tuesday for Sacramento where they are receiving medical treat- ment. They expect to be back soon. Mrs. A. J. Taresh spent last week in Crescent Mils due to the serious illness of her father, Mr. Thomas McRorie, but was called home Sun- dP~ as her daughter, Let Verse, has scarlet fever. Mr. and Mrs. Willis Hardgrave spent the week-end here with Mr. and Mrs. J. A. I-Iardgrave. They live at a logging camp near Lake Almanor. Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Le Roy of Benecia spent the week end here, Lyne Le Roy and Louise Sobrero went home @ith them to visit for a few weeks. The officers of the Fire depart- ~rent were entertained at an Italian di:mer by Mrs. C.L. Stephenson last Tuesday night. Mrs. Pearl Goodhue is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mason In Portola. Kaley Erlckson and Donald Anderson of Quincy were guests [at the C. L. Stephenson home lai~t I I| ] Tuesday night. | i "*S ~uri~l----~a"nder I Mrs Irene Flesh e----~lled on friends I Correspondent [here last Tuesday. [ Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Powers and [ Harry Andersen of *vVestwood is |sen Earl, of Sacramento arrived [visiting with friends here. Friday to spend a week at the J. A. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Gates and chil- dren of Westw0od were in town Monday. ---- Grace Maunder spent a few days of this week in Greenville at the ht~me of her aunt, Mrs. Pete Hig- gir, botham. FINE PAPER ~arbara Retzlaff, Marion Curnow, Parle De Andrea and Glen Thomp- sen attended the carnival in West- ~cod Saturday night. j Mrs. Frank Cantrill of Greenville spent last Wednesday evening at the F. C. Eldred home and Mr. and Mrs. Len Remick of Quincy called on the Eldreds Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. John Sherman and son, and Mrs. Pete Green of Long Beach stayed at the K. W. Fisher home Tuesday and Wednesday. m Mr. and Mrs. E:. ~,V. F;sher, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Johnson, Jim Young, Cecil Stephenson, ~rallaee Powers, i and Albert Heald were among those Iwho went from here to the ball- tgame in Greenvtl): unday. [ Mrs. George Sobrero is visiting t~qth her daughter in Watsonville. W. J. HALL NOTARY PUBLIC Greenville, Calif. Neighborhood BEAUTY SALON MILDRED DAVIS OPERATOR Experienced In all Kinds of Beauty Culture PRICES REASONABL]$ Open from 9 a. m. to 6 p. m, J PINE,FIR, OAK AND LIMB WO 01:3. 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