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Thursday, June 23rd, 1955 INDIAN VALLEY RECORD Business & Professional Directory Edwards & Geil INSURANCE Serving Plumas Lassen and Sierra Counties Telephone 68 - Leonhardt Bldg. ....QUINCY. CALITORNIA and E ELECTRIC ELECTRICAL CONTRACTING Repairs, and Service Telephone Quincy 335 Bray . 60 W. Lawrence St. QUINCY, CALIFORNIA AMERICAN VALLEY LUMBER YARD, Inc. " ZZI Water Well Pumps Systems and Service Paints & Varnishes QUINCY, CALIF. I AuwriNG ACCOUNTING BOOKKEEPING INCOME TAX Q. Philpott and Co. Public Accountants Beale Bldg. Morris Bldg. Quincy Greenville Basalt Rock Co. BUILDING BLOCKS Steel Sash and Door Frames FREE ESTIMATES Jack Waldo, Representative Telephone 850 510 West Wood St., Willows FLOWERS FOR ALL OCCASIONS Telephone GREENVILLE 75-M-2 Greenville 'Funeral Home 2 or the Gift & Flower Shop Telephone 95 GREENVILLE' FUNERAL HOME --,k-- Telephone 75-M GREENVILLE, CALI:FORNIA "% AUDITING ooo ACCOUNTING ooo INCOME TAX  . RANDALL GOLDENSON Phone Greenville 55-M-2 MURRAY INSURANCE AGENCY !General Insurance OFFICES IN Phone 15-M " " Phone 331 'DI: l['l.lLe_a.l Phone 4381 Jib 4h L llf dl IIF - - - Phone 209 Service throughout Plumas Co. INSTALLATIONS - SERVICE APPLIANCES TANKS FOR SALE OR RENT Feather River Gas Company ,rhone 9 Q,:dncy PRIN rrER'S AUTO SERVICE ;|&LES CK end ItERVI On the Hiway Corner at _UINCY, CALIF. INDIAN VALLEY RECORD f Welding'- Tires- Accessories General Auto Repairing Diesel Truck Servicing CANYON DAM SERVICE Associated Oil Products Phone 3004 On Hlway 89 k DINNERS Served Nightly Until 10 P.M. WE FEATURE SUNDAY FAMILY DINNEILS JACK'S PLACE VIRGILIA GIVE US A TRIAZ f DR. JACK ELFANT OPTOMETRIST Phone 351 - 156 Jackson SL ,(Opposite Industrial HospitJ QUINCY, CALIF. Eyes Examined - Glasses Fitted Broken Lenses Duplicated Contact Lenses Prescription Sun Glassem J CABINET SHOP Glmm and Gibing Sash Made to Order Odd sis doors and cabinets ATKINS LUMBER & sUPPLY Phone 545 - Lawrence Street QUINCY, CldOalA bit. M. L. MEANS CHIROPRACTOR Physiotherapy ; Office 698 - Res. 556-R ' &IIKNTEED RE-CAPPING Truck and Passenger  CALIF. Equipment - Installations " Fittings Appliances Tanks - Service _ PLUMAS GAS APPLIANCE Co.  Telephone 100-M --mlt Street Greenville Reese's 0000,00iture Exchanqe Mlies East of Quincy on P Highway 24 hone Quincy 567-W Your credit is good, Small up to 24 months all new and used furnl- delivery to Greenville Irohau or mor JEWELRY, CLOCK AND WATCH REPAIRING Now Done by Dale's at Leslie's Jewelry - Susanville PICKUP & DTLIVERY 5 to 6 P.M. Every Wednesday VERN'S BARBER SHOP 219 Main Street Greenville Garbaqe Service MILL BLOCKS FIREPLACE AND HEATING WOOD A. W. PRITCHET] 229 Kinder Street . Greenville Phone 72-M-5 J. R. PACKWOOD, Opt. D. GLASSES FITTED AND REPAIRED Office Hours: 9-12 and 1-5 607 Cottage Street Telephone 7331 SUSANVILLE, CALIF. MOVING We Are Adequately Insured Long Distance Movers STOPPEL AND SONS VAN & STOItAGE Phones 4151-4152 - Westwood WIRTH-MILLER Hardware General Electric Appliances SPORTING GOODS PLUMBING SUPPLIES 618 Main Street - Phone 2305 International Truck Dealer SUSANVILLE, CALIF. CARL'S SHOES Nunn-Bush Buster Brown Airstep - Roblee Life Stride Robin Hood BOOTS AND SHOES SUSANVILLE, CALIF. ' LONG'S SHOE STOI Fine Footwear for Men, Women and Children Poll Parrot and Jumping Jack Shoes for Boys and Girls Trim-Tred Shoes for Women Randy Star Brand for the Men 614 Main Street Phone 2384 SUSANVILLE, CALIF. SIERRA JEWELERS The Store on the Corner Main and Gay Streets Gotham Sterling Nationally Advertised Watches DIAMONDS Watch Repairing Engraving SUSANVILLE, CALIF. Helen Holle00eck REALTOR Large and Small Listings For Small and Large People Leonhardt Building Phone Quincy 301 QUINCY, CALIF. NOTARY PUBLIC ROBEPT MURRAY Phone 15-M Greenville DEAL & DAVIE SERVICE Cadillac & Oldsmobile Cars G M C Trucks - Goodyear Tire= RECAPPING Complete Automotive Service Safety-Tested Uaed Car= Phone 2210 1107 Main Street SUSANVILLE, CALIF. DR. A. T. DIETLE DIL C. M. CHITTIM OPTOM ETR ISTS State Theatre Bldg. 1461 Myers .FOR APPOINTMENT Phone 150 Oroville Mrs. l,arianne Newcombe and Miss Diane Fisher left Saturday for San Francisco. Diane will work in S. F. and Mrs. Newcombe will go on to Berkeley to attend summer school. Mr. and M,'s. Charles Taresh are proudly driving, a new reen Cadillac. On Sundav they ave it a trial run to Chester, where they enjoyed dinner at the Bear club. Mrs. Mari Sorsoli accompan- ied by Mrs. Lena Sobrero and Mrs. Louise 5clntyre and chil- dren shopped in Susanville Sat- urday. Mr. and Mrs. Neal Clarke and children spent the weekend camp- ed out near Chester. Billy Sobrro was a Reno visi- tor Saturday night. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Eveland and Mr. and Mrs. Dave Tremayne enjoyed Father's Day dinner at the Pit Sunday. Those driving up to Adah Kauffman's Wednesday to enjoy the afternoon playing Canasta were: Mrs. Betty Paulsen, Mrs. Jessie Cherry, Mrs. Marie Sor- sell, Mrs. Henri Fisher. Mrs. Florence Tremayne. a n d Mrs. Clara Burford. Mr. and Mrs. Loren Kingdon were charivareed Saturday night at their home. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Archibald and two sons of Live Oak spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Rod Krug. The boys will remain here for a longer visit with their grandparents. Mrs. Mary Taresh of East Quin- cy is spending a few days with Mr. and Mrs. Winnie Taresh and family. Mr. and Mrs. Phil Andreas left for their Mill Valley home after spending two weeks as guests of Mr, and Mrs. Earl Kauffman. Mrs. Jessie Cherry left for Oak- land on a eombined business and .pleasure trip, she will visit her daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Jahn Ramsey. Mrs. Neal Clark and children and Mrs. Ray Sweeney and sons spent an enjoyable Friday at the Quincy Park. Mrs. Ed. Brown and family re turned home Saturday from Sac- ramento. They stopped in Oroville and visited Mr. and Mrs. Ted Kunzler and family. Mrs. Helen Stephenson and daughter Toni are visiting rela- tives in Quincy. Mrs. Lois McCuteheon left Wed- nesday for Sacramento to get her daughter Barbara and bring her home for the summer vacation. She was accompanied by her sis- ter, Mrs. Eddie Bannister of Sus- anville. They all will return home Saturday. Mrs. Wanda Hansen and small son Frank have gone up to the lookout for the summer. The many friends of Mr. and Mrs. John Hardgrave are glad to see them home from San Fran- cisco, where he underwent major surgery. Mrs. Betty Jordan of San Jose drove them home Sun- day and left on Tuesday to re- turn to her home. The Eastern Star Officers had a picnic Tuesday on the lawn of Mrs. Wilma Underwood with Mrs. Donna Dolphin as hostess. Judy Norcutt of Manton came up over the weekend and will re- main for the summer with her mother, Mrs. John Young and Page Three NFW ADS ARE PLACED AT BOTTOM OF COLUMN PIAN()S FOR SALE Ok RENT --$5 per month rental. Rental to apply toward purchase. Write or phone 35443, Modern Mustlc Center, 735 South Center Street, Reno, Nevada. (15-9c FOR SALE---SPEOIAL during the month of June 20 gallons Propane given FItEIC with the purcha e of a used Gas Range. Several to choose from, $50 & p. 3 c) .allons Propane given FREE with purchase of new gas range. Easy terms. We also have used electric and gas water heaters. PLUMAS GAS & APPLIANCE Co. Ph. ]00-M, Greenville (47tie PURCHASING SERVICE -- Fr hard-to-get items --- things not stocked in local stores--write to Earl Kauffman, Purchasing Agent, Taylorsitle, Calif., for quick action. (25tie CESSPOOLS and SEPTIC TANKS pumped and cleaned. Guaran- teed work; reasonable prices. -- E. L. Bean, house at rear of Cres- cent Apts. Phone 88-M-4. (15tic WANTED TO BUY- Good use cars, pickups and jeeps. Russell Motor Sales, telephone Greenville 90-M. ( 17tfc FOR ,SALE--Magic Chef B:angea, 20% off; 5,000 btu Martin-Cir- culator $79.95; Apartment Range $590. FEATHER RIVER GAS CO. Quincy. Phoffe 9. (47tie FOR RENT--Small house, furn. or unfurn.; no dogs. Inquire at lecord office or see C. Fred- erickson, Greenville. (4tic FOR SALE OR TRADE---4-bed- room modern home; well built, insulated and weather stripped; lot 50x150; garage; cement walks and fenced: inlaid tile in kitchen and bathraom, wall to wall rug in living room; sell with or with. out other furnishings. Will con- sider trade for smaller place in Greenville, Earl Waits, telephone Greenville 37-M-4. ('28tf FOR SALE .... 10 h.p, Mercury Cruiser with 12-ft. plywood runabout boat and trailer. Can be seen at 136 Hot Springs Road after Saturday. Bartholf. (12tfc FOR RENT -- 5-rm. house, furn. or unfurn; adults, also 3-rm. furn. house; als0 furnished'trail - er house for single man. Inquire at Frontier Motel, (14p FOR SALE BY OWNERThree bedroom modern home on large lot. $6000.00. -- N. D. Hall, Hot Springs Road, Greenville. (16p) WANTED TO BUY -- Used coil spring for single or twin size bed. V. S. Appleby, P.O. Box 485, Greesville. (lte GOOD HOME COOKING, nice rooms and pleasant surround. ings. Pine Valley Inn, mile north of Greenville on Highway 89. Phone 69-M-5. (14tie NOTICE 0F INTENTION TO ENGAGE IN THE SALE 0 ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES[ June 20, 1955 To whom it may concern: Subject to issuance of the li- cense applied for, and commenc- ing not less than 15 days after the date posted, notice is hereby given that the undersigned pro- vo" to sell alCOhOlic,___ _ uevera, ges at these premmes, oescnbed as follows: %,Ue W of Greenville  of Setzer Road such intention, the husband, undersignea is applying to the State Board of Equalization for issuance by transfer TICKETS STILL AVAILABLE of an atcoholic beverage license FOR TESTIMONIAL DINNER for ese premises as follows: ON-SALE GEAL Dinner tickets are still avail- , Anyone desiring to protest the able from Robert Campodonico ance 6f such license may file a verified protest with the State for the dinner honoring Cecilia Board of Equalizatton at Sac- Chamberlain on Wednesday el  ramento, California, stating next week, June 29. grounds for denial as provided The dinner will be erved, at by law. The premises are now Forest Lodge dining room, and licensed for the sale of alcoholic reservations "may be procured beverages. WESLEY C. WEHMEYER through Saturday, June 25. HELEN M. WEHMEYER