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,, Pao Four INDIAN VALLEY RECORD Thursday, July I. 1954 t B? WALTER SWARTZ 'Executive Secretary tlWm Jitemia Floral Assoclotlon HELP YUR ROSES .... One flower that will alwaj draw admiring ohs and ahs from your neighbors are yore lses--lf you take care of them For ..best results with thes beautffil plants, use a liberal amount of water during the growing season and continue cultivation regularly during the Bummer months. Experts tell us thorough irri- gatton is necessary each week, With the soil soaked to a depth Of from 18 inches to two feet, Light sprinkling is insufficient, they emphasize; thorough wa. tering is required. Roses of all kinds need a rich Soil, not only at planting time, but all through the growing season. Every two months an application of plant food to the soil is necessary. The use of a liquid lalant food such as Fol- ium Will lighten the task, as this particular tylie of plant food is absorbed through the leaves and stems, thus assur- lag immediate results. And remember, the applica. tlon should be over an area as far as the spread of the plant. Roses require some close at- tention for best results, but they make such a beautiful ad- dition to your garden, they're worth any llttle temporary trouble, BO DMOND " U. ?.!arine  ml" ng at for' , pasl 4 - e:t on ,T me 9. p .... to  my!He " als '. Charles "?. and Charlene, respectively, w tr "r, HE" " FCR A :rrwin - 13o" *d Mar:: we visiting th( arad)se Rp bring lte it at F . he: arian f LF L BLAt tie 1 demon " t ' "f II -tea, Subdivison Complete CRESCENT MILLS PROPERTY AVAILABLE TO PURCHASERS AS SUBDIVISION COMPLETED The process of creating the First Addition to Crescent :,Iills has finally reached a suocessful climax, it was stated this week by Arthur Sorsoli, ho was advised that his petition for :mbdividin5  property there has been approved by the California Real Estate Board. The new addition, which has been in process for several year past, will release some fifty-three residential lots west of highway 89, Sorsoli said. The lots are of various sizes and are complete wih all utilities, he stated. Plans Official Visit I.O.O.F. GRAND MASTER TO PAY OFFICIAL VISIT IN GREENVILLE ON JULY 7 Charles H. Hend,rson f Los An- geles, grand master of the Cali- fornia Independent Order of Odd Fellows. will pay his official visit to Cveenville Lodge No. 252 on the evening of Wednesday, July 7th. it was announced this week by Shirley Hannah. In honor of the event a 7 o'clock dinner will be serv in the ban- quet room of the lodge hall that evening by members of the Plumas ebekah Lodge of Greenville. All members of the I. O. O. F. Order in this rea are invited to attend the dinner and the sessions to fol- low, Hannon said. "DIG THAT TRASH" Planning a trip? Take along some paper bags in which to put trash that accumulates during the (lay. Then deposit ,the filled bag in a c')nvenient roadside recep- tacle. ]t helps keep California's roadsides clean! LEGAL BLANKS of most varie- ties in-demand including Mining 'lMm forms, Leases, Notes, rdorta0es. At the Record office. IF ANYONE )TED. " ' PED. " ', ! ED. - 'C) TOWN. - VN. ........ .".FH ). F,,RI;L ,, ,p,y. RTY. " A RM, tOMN. ' ) !'Fit Aq'I()N. P',D MURDER. A l ITC) CRASH. T'TE'R HOUSE. "-'M ," AIRPLANE. " "P:][R PROPERTY - I'VF'S !K*'s-- h-e or Send it to - "Tr(N VKLLEY RECORD -I Its story in the Indian Valley -gqardless of what has been said vid in the future the union in- hind the June 17 story. The union rfectly clear thai the owner ci not supplied any names to the ;ng the pcket lnes. The union is for such slanderous statements  be obtained. help the union is o]P-itJnq  . jke ,ion will pay f'r c.v ,th-.r '- PHILPOTT REPLIES TO RECENT ADVERTISEMENT REGARDING PICKETING June 30, 1954 Dear Editor: I should appreciate the opportunity to reply to certain allegations which were made con- cerning me in an advertisement which appeared in your paper two weeks ago: My attendance at the negotiating meeting mentioned was referred to as "getting into the act." I wonder if all your traders realized that I am a partner in one of the stores represented at that meeting and had as much right to attend as any- one else present. I also gathered from the adver- tisement that I was to blame for the breaking down of the negotia- tions. It is the opmmn of several who were there that the author of the adveisement did more to ter- minate then] than did anything [ might have said or done when, in the course of the meeting and fol- lowin7 arguments from both sides. he tore off several strips of paper, wrote the names of the stores on them. and stated that they would be placed in a hat---one would be drawn, and that one would be "it." As to the meaning of "it" your readers will have to draw their own conehlsions. Mine was that the establishment of the name drawn would be selected as a victim for picketing. He was. however, talked out of going through with this ne- gotiating act by another merchant who was not even mentioned as being present. I personally think that this act did more to terminate negotiations than anything said or done by anyone else in attendance. I would lik to make it clear that I was not the appointed, elected or even sel,f-appointed representative of, by, or for anyone, and made no effort to give that impression. I was. however, asked by the authors of the adv(,rtiseme:t thensch'es-- pone other, to arrange a meeting. This I tried to do. but the effort , nt successful. I repudiated - o,e . . . I had no one to re- pudiate!  ems to me that this whole effort is an attempt to shift blame fr an undesirable stuation from those who really created it to someone else.., certainly no words o- eeVons .f mine brmht it on. and the attempt to blame me is unfair, nntrue, and in my ooinion very childish--as I have tld the author of the advertiseret. QUENTIN P!TVLPOTT SHADES OF ELECTION DAYS rr P'dtor: Were is a rather cute incideut T thought YOU mi.ht care t put in your paper: With t ' eeetiu et-paio'n underway Pt the ..--e time stores were being '-"te a r't ,",..s somewhat con- fused about thin.s. Pe sa- this ......... th , banner walkin,v up and , ',"- - ,-t " ,ne of the local stores and turned and a.skedxne: "Ts Picket running for sheriff, too ?"--Y,RS. M. . tte.d Bieber Meet ED 8PELLMEYER AND ANN , -, - , r'" "-."P o ...... ' ........ ?'e  '-'t ed meeting at Bieber last P,*-- . . ,..t . - --- -a --. day'3 "'-  "  '-l- ! I f tb ........ :':'"  D.. C. Y. O. Breakfast BREKFAST GIVEN SUNDAY FOR C. Y. O. MEMBERS The home of Ir. and Mfs. Thorn- ton Lee was the scene Sunday of an early breakfast for members of the Cath)iic Z"=uth Organization of Greenville .nd Quincy. Assisting Mrs. Lee in the :-)rning was :Miss Katie Slapnik. Young people participating were Lynn, Joe Kelly and Roseann :Mad- igan; Frances Sabala, Katie Slap- nik, Nancy Brocke, Nancy lfan- ders, all of Greenville; Claudette Tibbedeaux and Jo Ann Friend of Quincy; Brenda and Freddy Mar- tin from Los Angeles. Adults at the breakfast were Mrs. John Richmond, Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Logan and small son, and Mr. Robert Brooke. Mrs. Thornton and Mr. Logan are adult advisors to the C.Y.O. Extra special guests were the four little children who received Holy Communion Sunday at the church for the first time. They were Sharon Tervooren, Steven Price, Elizabeth Richmond and Junior Rhoade. HERE NEXT WEDNESDAY A representative of the Social Security Administration from Reno will be at the Justice Court in Greenville on Wednesday, July 7, from 1:30 to 4:30 p.m. Individuals desiring information relative to old age and survivors' insurance should contact the representative. LEGAL BLANKS of most varie- ties in demand including Mining Claim forms, Leases, Notes, Mortgages. At the Record office. 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