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, ,,,, ,, I Pa Two THE INDIAN VALLEY RECORD PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY NIGHT Entered in the Post Office at Greenville. Plumas County, Calif. Second-class Matter under Act of Congress of March 3. 1879 THELMA A. JOHNSON AND E. NORMAN JOHNSON Owners and Publishers Adjudicated at Quincy, Calif., Dec. 29, 1931 (Decree No. 2591) TAYLOPVILLE REBrKAHS ACCEPT TRAVELING GAVEL FROM PLUMAS LODGE At the regular meeting of :lw Taylorville Rebekmh Lod,-e ',: Thursday evening, a recepton was held in honor of Mrs. Orpha Jack- son. the new District Deputy President. Mrs. Jewo!t StanJ, art of Greenville also was a spscial guest, being the out-going Dis- trict Deptity Prident. Members from the Quincy, Greenville, and Taylorsville lod- ges took part in the ceremony. There were eight ladies from Quincy, 26 from Greenville and 2 Theta Rho girls present. The lodge room was beautifully decorated in the new lodge colors, Orchid and Lilac. The Greenville group provided entertainment with 2 mirth-pro- voking skits and a lovely piano solo by Wilma Wiley. The come- dies featured the Mesdames Pat Hatch, Jeskte Hayes, Lurleen Ba- ker. Mary Taddei, Messrs. Joe Hayes and Bill Fuller. Quirlcy got into the act with a delightful reading by Amelia Mv- Callum, and the world premier of a song written and sung by Myrtle McCoy. RETURNS FROM A TOUR Robert P. Y qlson has returned to his Taylorsville home this week after making an extended tour b*- pare of Arizona. New Mexico, Colorado and Texas in connection with activities of the National Yo:?h Foundation. He reports that with the aid of a tail wind the trip from Dallas to Los An- g,cles was made in 4 hrs. 40 min. bIr. Wilson has qpent all but four days of h last six month away 2*ore hem?, furthering the organ- ization o the National Youth Foundation. lie reports. The t r a v e 1 i n g gavel was brought to t h is lodge by the Crecnvill., lodge under the good of the Order. Speeches were made by the different lodges with about (;5 i:rsent. This lodge presented Mrs. Jack- son with a carrying bouquet and as it was brought in, Juanita .Trusty san g "Moonlight and Roses." o A large cake was made with the guest of honor's name and "Good Luck" engraved on it. Refresh- ments of Jello salad, sandwiches, cookies and coffee was served at th:- etes of the evening. I%:DI N V n.LLEY RECORD In memory of our beloved bro- ther and uncle, F. W. Bradley, we wish to t ha n k the many friends for their kind expressions of sympathy, and for the many beautiful floral offerings and all who assisted in the services and burial. Mr. and 1%{rs. C. G. Van Deren Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Courtney Mrs. Eloise Begley Warner Bradley Mr. ahd Mrs. Byron Clarke Mr. and Mrs, George Clarke Mr. and Mrs. Donald Clarke I wish to thank all my friends and neighbors for their help and kindness during my recent illness at home and at the Washoe Gen- eral Hospital in Reno.Also for the many cards sent me. Your kind- ness will never be forgotten. MRS. ESTELLE McMULLEN We wish to thank all those who have sent expressions of sym- pathy on the occasion of our re- cent bereavements, and especially Mrs. Roulstens second-grade pu- pils and mothers. Mr. and Mrs. V. V.Roulsten and family VISITING CANYON DAM Floyd Bur.ton of Richmond is spending some week visiting in Canyon Dam at the home of his sister. Dolores KeltorL Ten years ago.., when delegates met in San Francisco to organize the United Nations in theinterest of world peace, we published the message below. Today... as we welcome the United Nations Commemo- rative Session, we reprint this same message, with the same abiding hope. [dr ueaceful world. lip A=lt * llS:l*lll$ 0RD, make me an instrument of Thy peace. Wher there is hatred, let me sow love. Where there i5 injury, pardon. Where there is doubt, faith. Where there i despair, hop& Where there i darkne, light. Where there is sMne, joy. 0 DIVINe MAfTeR, grant thac I may not  much cek To be consoled, as to console; To be understood, as to undertand; "To be loved, as to love; For it is in givir, that w receive. it; is in pardoni tha weave pardoned. I. is in dying, dine we are born  eternal life. i You have the prayers of millionS attuned to of your historic labo Thursday, June 23rd, 1955 MUCH TRAVELING GOING ON Marge Rahn and Jewell Stan- dart were home last week after spending a week in Los Angeles where the former visited with her mother and Gwen Rahn while the latter was doing inside g,uard duty for the Rebekah Lodge. They were accompanied by Jean Baxter of Greenville, who also visited in the great smog capital. Jeweil is expected home today from, a like sojourn to Lovelock, Nevada. In their absence Janet Myers and Mildred Harpole conducted the five and ten emporium. Accompanied by his brother-in- law, F. W. McCotm of'Ohio, Hap Hughes returned home Monday after attending the Methodist Conference at Stockton. Hughes was reappointed to the Greenville Parish and Mr. McColm to the Community Church at Red Bluff. Mrs. McColm has meanwhile been guesting at the paronage here. Ed Welsh, who has been at- tending Cal Poly at San Luis Obispo where he is majoring in electronics preparatory to main- taining household gadgets for his future wife, arrived home on Sunday to spend the surmner. Del- bert Boatright, also from that college, is also in Greenville, hav- ing came up last Friday to spend the summer slaving away at the Indian Valley Record. MISSIONARY SPEAKERS 1 TO BE AT INDIAN MISSIO Rev. and Mrs. Harold Lehamall and family, missionaries to the Gold Coast, West Africa, will be at the Indian Mission, June 25'_, at 7:30 p.m. They will be dresS in African costumes and presem their experiences through slid and sound films taken while # the field. The Assembly of God churell and the Indian Mission extend welcome to all to attend tl service. .It HARRY PETZWAL CRESCENT GRADE t 4, GREENVILLE, CALIFORNIA  DIO  S-D ADVENTIST PASTORS EXCHANGE PULPITS HE Elder Robert Dale of SuSm" SEIVCE  vnle ha mved h hme t  county seat of Quincy and w" hereafter be in charge of Greenville-Quincy parish, sever$ 00Alffi PAIIiS Day Adventists, it is learned. i Mr. Dale is exchanging past; ares with Elder C. E Mulvih ELECTRONIC , who has served this area 9r INSTRUMENT more than two years past a ' will now make his home in f] REPAIRS i Lassen County seat town. Moistur Meters  B I R T H S i SERVICE & REPAIRS  Little Miss Caren Lee cart was born on Wednesday, June I,  at Batson Hospital, the daught Geiger Counters $ of William, and Marian Carter o 1 SCINTILLATORS $ Greenville She has a brother" $,Sales- Service- Repcdrs," :ill:ENrdD: ister Debby at home" IVOODLAND CL I1 Mrs. Marie Blanchard went vi bus to the Woodland Clinic Tuck" day where she will undergo it routine check-up before returrr ing to her home here SaturdaY' EXCITED SUSIE is an accident looking for some place to happen. A ki and a hug whle hitting 70? Natch! That's real crazy, man Hooray for bopt Instru- mentally, it's fhm, hut the kind she's workingu9 go can turn her car and yours into junk. "As a killer, war is a piker." staated Pa trolnmn Howard Bandy, "in com- parison with speed," referring to the National Safety Council's Operation Safety summer pro- gram of Speed Control, sponsored locally by he Plumas County Association of Insurance Agents and ot)o by the National Automobile :u. sure y tres to cre new thrills," isn't exactly sure what site's looking for, but rest of her set also are tili" seekers and she dares not be dlf ferent. She is a lover of s_ cause fast driving gives "kicks. '' Th,s makes her feel she is living dangerously   is wlmt she needs to boistcr essential uncertainty of her ; ef acter. She may even be frl. driving recklessly. But she a it because she is more afr. being considered a ,,sqtmre" her pals. She can be lllmy full of charm, but she mat@ra eenre, arrogant,  .- e "  woula rsr  titan be dull!