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e, EGULAn 25--Number 14 Greenville, Plumas County, California, Th,rsday, 23rd, 1955 ¢, fO l,,cr ",er . 10c per copy DINNER BY TONY COUNTy FA][{ ENTHIES CAYTON TELLS POC,E "''' VrLT'FR CLIFF PREDICTS BE A HIGHLIGHT OF TO CLOSE AUGUST 1 BEING MADE IN NO.gTATE TEN-GALLON HATS - CHAI': FAVORBL  YFAR.FOH THE FOURTH TULSA SCOTT ANNOUNCES AT CHAMBER.MEET TUESDAY SPURS ARE IN ODE, FO: CCOPERATIVE CREDITS The general public of the area Premiums in excess of $30.000 Approximately 40 mmber_, f THE DAYS OI," THE OLD A'tST The Susanvi!le National Farm advised to prepare its appe- await Indian. Valley-are% exhibit- the Piumas County Cimrnbe" of Citizens, ranchers, busines:men, [.o:,n Assoei.'tion, 1 o c a 1 farm for the delicious barbecue ors at the August 11-14 Pluras Commerce were present X: sd'y Which will be served at Taylors- County Fair and Pacific Logger's night for the annual membe1"sWp tomboys, merchants x, acco:man*s, crdit cooperative, is sharing in $?32,565 of ea'nins being dis- by Tony Lourance on the Championships, Secretary-Mana- dinner at Rainbow's End. bartenders and bookke-epe-s are ributed by  he Federal Land of July again this year, get Tulsa E. Scott, announced President Vorus Roulsten of likewise urged this week to delve Lm,. of Berkeley to its share- Annabelle Pearce this week this week. Greenville presided, and called on into their trlmks and attics and holders, the 52 national farm loan who have previously par- Exhibitors will vie for money those present for introductions of dig o,,t their old bandannas, IO. associations through which Land Bank loains are made to farmers of Tony's lavish and tasty and special prizes in several div- all those present, includin rep- gallon hats, s,urs, belts ad nd ranchers in California, Ari- d• not need to be urged isions, including livestock, horse resentatives, their wives and be present at 11:30 o'clock on show, feature exhibits, agricul- guests from Claest:r, Greenville, buckles, fancy shirts,, cha.,s and zona, Nevada, and Utah. Fourth, she says, and those ture, horticulture, floriculture, Portola and Quincy. spurs--or even develop a crop of Walter E. Cliff, Taylorsville, have endured the years home economics, arts and handi- Mr. William Clayton, manager those insanitary whiskers In oh- Presid-nt of the association, stat. first-land knowledge of crafts, lumber and lumber prod- of the Sacramento Valley Coun- servanee of the forthcoming eel- ed that this represents a 4 per culinary artistry have much ucts, minerals and mining and cil, State Chamber of Commerce, ebraflon at Taylorsville, reminds cent dividend on stock outstand- lOok forward tO,. she said. 4-H competition, was the speaker and entertaLaed President, Paul Bush of the In- ing May 31, 1955, and that the with an informal address dealing dian Valley Riding and Roping local association will participate /Ir. Lourance is an artist in  Final date ,for all entries is largely with the growth, the eco- Club, sponsors of the big rodeo to the extent of $1,218.80. This profession, and is becoming Aug. 1, with exception of flori- nomic soundness and the future on July  Fourth. dividend, he explained, will be in demand as a bar- culture. Floral entries will be ae- expert. Every detail is given cepted up to 5 p.m., Aug. 10, Scott prospects of Northern California. "Any western touch is accept, used by the association for opr- place and consideration in continued. Nearly half of the staae's pop- able," Buuh ald. "but for hear- ating expenses and to increase preparations, which include ' ulation increase of 1000 per day is en's sake add some western touch reserves and surplus to assure 24-hour broiling of an entire In releasing the 1955 premium settling in the northern portion, to your cos.*ume so that visPors future stability in line with estab- a covered pit, enhanced by offering Scott pointed to addi- and the current development de- will be reminded of our celebra, lished financial policy. barbecue sauce which tional classes in local agriculture mands the addition of 2300 new tion, as well as being made to Mr. Cliff went on to say that 955 promises to be a very favor- and floriculture as being among housing units, 4800 new cars, 96 feel at home in the west." able year from the standpoint from a secret recipe major changes affecting Ptumas new classrooms a n d 100 new from his French for- of service and earning for this Amplifying the tasty dish, and Sierra county exhibitors, tail trade outlets weekly, he said. cooperative farm credit system. salad, French bread and  Clayton stressed the importance MOVE FROM TIIERE TO HERE It is expected that loans to fat- are provided for the feast VANDALISM AT SCHOOL to this area of Squaw Valley hav- , will precede the bg annual IS REPORTED BY TILTON ing been selected as the site fox W]h the advent of.the vacation: mers and ranchers in the four • states during 1955 will exceed buckle rodeo, the 1960 winter Olympics, point- season, house moving is much in the $26 millton total loaned in queen candidates--3 from Damage amounting to several ing out that the step would add order, with the following changes 1954. During only one other year and one Taylorsville hundred dollars has been done to much to the prestige and popular- being noted: Ra, and Irls Rbbin- in the organization's 38.year hist- Working hard to see which the Greenville Elementary School ity of the northern Sierras. son have moved into the house 6ry has there been so great a will have the honor of lead- building by young vasdals using Following the treasurer's re- adjacent f• Gladys and Joan Neu- demand for Land Bank loans. the grand entry at 1:30 p.m., the grounds during vacation days port, Secretary-Manager Jack L. man, formerly occupied by Bud someone will be awarded a it is reported by Deputy Sheriff Collins was called on for a report and Boa Razor, who have moved steer that afternoon as a William Tilton. of the organizations activities and nex t door. Some years ago the of the girls' efforts. As a result of youngsters :fir- he spoke at some length on the Robinsons moved into one of Bid- }one is urged to plan on . ing air guns at the building, hum- representation of the Chamber at well Park houses "temporarily" the Fourth in Taylors- erous windows have been broken the Los Angeles Sportsmen's and have been there ever since. where plans are complete and will have to be replaced, Mr. Show this year. He added that Mr. and Mrs. Robert Richard De the entertanment of young Tilton reports. The matter of the organization is in the process Hart and daughter are moving old from morning till night, custody has been referred to the of rehabilitating its permanent from one of the Stockton houses to the music of The sheriff's office, and all young- highway signs, is installing I00 on Hot Springs Road to the for- on both Saturday sters are advised to refrain from public trash receptacl:.s at points mer "Doc" Hatch home on Ham- Sunday nights, will precede frequenting t h e grounds after on the highways, and anticipates blin Avenue, and the "Tuffy" lVc- sixth annual event, aId cele- dark, or they will be subject to preparation of a brochure which Cutcheons have moved over on are invited to include these apprehension and questioning, the will favorably compare with that Ann Street to the house next their week end activities, sheriff's office advises, issued by any other area. , door to Mr, and Mrs. Fred Ter. oooeeeeoeeeeoeeeeeeoeeooeeeeeoeoeooeoee The Chamber was represented vooren and family. i  by Mr. and Mrs. Roulsten, Mr. oooooooeooeooooooooooooooooooooooeooooooeeoooooe, * and Mrs. Karl Traylor, Mr. and  Mrs. Ray King, Mr. and Mrs. Ken. Grand OpeHing i DUSTY LA00E i •  neth Robison and Chellis Car-  penter, directors, and the news:  "  papers by Mr. and Mrs. Norman • • i  Johnson, Bill Gambell, Clayton  Fountain and Roland Forgy. . I SATURDAY ---- :o Entertainment wasiritheform of pantimime numbers provided by the Sh-Boom Boys of Quincy, •: That Always Popular : - JUNE "rm00 including Todd Petty, B.b Ed- • • . e e wards, Lynn Engdhl, DaveBeais : WESTERN TROUBADOUR :  and Miss Susan Howell. •  Susanville Bowmen, local arch- • •  ery group, will hold their first i v LAKE OR  competitive, invitationala.m..tourna- " THE 25 h i : ment°ftheseas°nthisSunday' I SATURDAY : 'N June 26, starting at 8 at the t  target range on Richmond Road. ': "- DINNERS : BPEND FATHER'S DAY HERE i AT WARDLOWS PLACE :  Enjoying a Father's Day visit  in Greenville last Sunday at the  , COCITMLS  home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry • $ " IN GREENV LLE • • I * Petzwal were their son and daugh-  . . . • t DON AND DEL SWEET SERVING * husband,ter' Mrs. andOscarDarretlBurs°npetzwaland andher . Com Hear HIS W@sterl'l Rermmscences '••ooeeeooooeeeoeooeoooooooeooeooooo•••••••o• his wife, all Of Sacramento. • • oo••ooeo•o ooooooo•ooeeeoooeo ooeo•••o•ooo,ooooooooo TAKE A WEEK OFF " Mr. and Mrs. Mike Garcia of the Greenville Inn are back this week after taking a few days well-earned vacation which they are reported to have enjoyed vis- iting with friends and relatives in the bay area. LOCAL YOUTH WINS AGAIN The young people of the Green. ville Assembly of God Church are reported to have again won the attendance banner at Loyal. ton this month, making them the winners three consecutive times. e @ @ atur00ng Farley's 4th_ Annwersary Sale . SEEpA0000INSIDE