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i> Thursda T. July 1, 1954 INDIAN VAU.t BY.CORD Pcrae Three NOTICE TO CREDITORS No. 2942 ' In the Matter of the Estate of LEWIS B. AUSTIN, Deceased. Notice is hereby given by the . Undersigned, MARGUERITE J. AUSTIN Executrix of the estate of LEWIS B. AUSTIN deceased, to the creditors of and all persons having claims against the said de- cedent, to file them, with the nec- essary vouchers, within six months after the first publication of this notice, in the office of the clerk of the Superior CourCc of the State of California in and for the County of Plumas, or to present them, With the necessary vouchers, with- six months after the first pub- lication of this notice to the said ARGUERYI'E J. AUSTIN at the law offices of Theodore G. Elges, Quincy, Plumas County, California Which last named place the under- gned selects as her place of busi- ks in all matters connected with the estate of said decedent. Dated at June 15, 1954. ]V[A.GUERITE J. AUSTIN, Executrix of the estate of Lewis l. Austin, deceased. (June 24 - July I 8, 15) AUDITING ACCOUNTING INCOME TAX Q. Philpott and Co. Q. PHtLPOTT, P.A. RALPH BOSS, P.A. GREENVILLE QUINCY Plrone 22-M-2 Phone 202 FLOWERS FOR ALL OCCASIONS Telephone GREENVILLE 75-M-2 Greenville Funeral Home or The Gift & Flower Shop Telephone Quincy 95 DR. JACK ELFANT OPTOMETRIST Phone 351 - 156 Jackson St. (Opposite Industrial Hepits.} QUINCY, "CALIF. Eyes Examined - Glasses Fitted Broken Lenses Duplicated Contact Lenses Prescription Sun Glasses SUP-:HVISORS" PROCEEDINGS The llumas County Board of Sfipervisors met in regular ad- journed session on ]Ionday, June 21, 1954 with all members present. A fair statement of the proceed- ings follows: The Board adopted a Resolution authorizing the employment of Ronald B. McClish, Deputy Sher- iff, at Step C of his respective pay range. Interviewed thirteen applicants for the postiion of County Welfate Director I, after which Thomas G. Bell was appointed to said pos- ition effective July 15, 1954, with such employment being authorized at Step C of his respective pay range. Discussed with F. R. Woolford, Chief Engineer of the Western Pacific Railroad Co,, A. A. Iramm, Assistant, County Survey- or A. J, Watson, Road Commis- sioner F. L. O'Rourke, and inter- ested farmers from Indian Valley the matter of construction of a new bridge across the Bor'row Pit in the Stampfli, Lane. County Road No. 206. After due discus- sion, the Board moved that a proposal be submitted to the Board of Directors of the W.P.R. R.Co. requesting that a 200 foot bridge be constructed on the Stampfli Lane east of the West- ern Pacific Railroad track, and proposing the percentage which the W.P.R.R.Co. should contribute toward such construction. Adopted a .Resolution approv- ing the awarding of the contract for the completion of grading and surfacing between Commercial Street and State Route 21 in Por- tola to the lower bidder. Rice Brothers, in the amount of $39,- 431.40, and authorizing the county auditor to pay $2,000.00 to the State Division o Highways as the additional amount of County funds required. Adopted a Resolution, authoriz- ing the Chairman and Clerk to execute County-State Agreement No.5, covering the construction of the Hamilton Branch tridge. Adopted a Resolution requesting the State Controller to deduct $5,- 264.64 from the monthly appor- tionment due Plumas County from Highway Users Tax Funds, for eleven successive months, or a total of $57,913.00 for paffcicipa- tion in the agreement with the State Division of Highways for the financing and construction of the Hamilton Branch Bridge, :first deduction to be commenced in ugust 1954, and requesting that future FAS and Chapter 1871 funds apportioned to the County of Plumas be applied to said proj- ect in such amounts as may be legally approved, in which event County funds in like amounts be refunded to the County. Moved that effective January 1. 1955 the County Clerk's office be moved to the present office now occupied, by the Veterans' Service Officer. with the County Auditor's office remaining in its present place: and that the Veterans' Ser- vice Officer be moved to the pres- ent office occupied by the Farm Advisor, with the Farm Advisor being moved to the Plumas County Fairgrounds. Supervisor Flanagan cast a dissenting vote. Accepted the reslgination of E. Norman Johnson as a Member of the Plumas County Water Re- sources Board. effective June 30. 1954. and moved not to accept the resignation of C. '. Elworthy as a Member of said Board, but to express appreciation for the ser- vice he has rendered and ask that he continue on. Adjourned at 5:15 p.m. to meet again in regular adjourned session on Monday, June 28, 1954 at 10 a.m. for consideration of all mat- ters. J. C. Cloman, Chairman Attest: Lois Alexander, Clerk   Why do so many PLUMAS COUNTY PEOPLE HEADQUARTER AT THE New Fielding Hotel CRESENT MILLS NEWS Janice and Stormy Steen spent several days camping with their grandparents, the Elmer Steens. Mr. and Mrs. Art Sorsoli and son Steve and Corenne Sorsoli attended graduation exercises in San Francisco for Sheryt who has just completed nurses train- ing. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Sheehan of Orvilla spent several days here Sig and Rena John Bodman of Marysville returned with their uncle, Jiggs Pickardt, for a visit with their grandmother, Vina Fickardt. Max McLain and a riend stopped by to visit the Mac McLains en- route home to Lynden, Washing- ton. Patricia accompanied them home for the summer to visit her aunt and uncle. Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Stevens and family of Graeagle sttyped by to visit his sister and husband, the Sam Kingdon Sr. on Saturday. Tillie Lewls" accompanied by her grandchildren S a n dy and Gary Duvall of Sacramento came up to spend several weeks. Bob Duvall drow them up, Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Huyett of Westwood were dinner guests of their daughter and family, the Hank Sanders. Mr. and Jtrs. Pc;gie Baeher and fancily of Richmond spent several days in Red Bluff. Their nephew, Russell returned with them for a short visit. Mr. and Mrs. IIank Sanders and boys and M. and Mrs. Myles Lancaster spent t h o weekend eampmg, Dawn and Wanda Whitfield visited their cousins, Joan and Linda Whitfield. /vrr. and Mrs. Lloyd Joseph of Sacramento visited the John Davis family this weekend, Don Reihl went to Livermore this weekend to visit his family who are there visiting her mother'. Mr. and Mrs. Julie Esani and family and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Nye and Sharon picnicked Sunday at Taylor Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Daryl Conrad and family picnicked at Lake lmanor Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Kingdon Jr. and Mrs. Mary Stevens were hostesses for a dinner honoring )Sx. and rs. Sam Kingdon Sr. who celebrated their 25.th wed- ding anniversary J u n e 25th Guests besides the honored couple TOURS 4-H PROJECTS A livestock Tour on June 3rd started in Greenville where Clif- ford Holt, Kathleen Roulsten, Leaha Rae Lozano an d Loren Cameron's projects were :visited. We continued on to Royce Stevens Judy Lucas and Pan Neer. Pan gave a demonstration on curling her steer. Next were Pat and Wands Yockey and Houston Han- son. It was too cold for our' wiener roast, so we went to Grange Hall, We the held our regular meet- ing, with a project report from. e a c h member. The treasurer's report w as given by Wands Yockey, and it was decided tQ have a committee meeting at Roberts Clifffs to plan for the 4-H booth to be set up at the Plums County Fair. The meeting was then adjourned, and we enjoyed weiners with all the trimmings. Reporter, Bonnie Jo Stead CHILDREN WITH MATCHES FURNISH CLIMAX TO " BASEBALL GAME SUNDAY Smok curling up from the hill- side back of the ball park nearly broke up the ball gane between Greenville and Quincy last Sunday afternoon. Players and spectators we,r2 distracted from the 9th inning play as they craned their heads tward a spot just above Mrs. Chamberlain's home and the announcer stopped talking about bases and balls to call attention to the billows of smoke. 5?imultaneously came the stac- cato moaning of the city fire whistle Within moments a Forest Service fire crew, the Greenville Fire Department and enthusiastic volunteers had jumped on the fire. This cooperative community action stopped the fire before it had a chance to get a good start. It was completely under control in less than 15 minutes. "Children playing with matches" was the-cause of the fire, said District Ranger Hal Turner. lie pointed out that this s an ever present hazard in a forest com- munity. With less favorable cir- cumstances this small fire could have developed into a large one in a few minutes. The umpire yelled "Play ball," players took the field, spectators concentrated on the pitcher, batter and base runners--and the Fire Fighters "mopped up" the last embers of the "Match.Stick" fire. were: Louisa Kingdon, L o r e n visits the Odd Fellow Lodge, July NOTARY PUBLIC IN SAN FRANCISCO? Kingdon, Carol E'veland. Bob 7th. 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