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It 00oundTown Danny Van Zant of Oro- is spending two weeks in as the guests of his Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold and Mrs. Norman Dees Were Mr. and Mrs. Henry and Mr. and Mrs. Warner and daughter Barbara, all and Mrs. Jack Smart will the list of new home in Greenville, as they are engaged in building on prop- recently purchased on Cres- Street. and Mrs. Melvin Trulove are a few days in Red Bluff of their grandson, Har- and family. the Sacramento Auto Thursday with Carl Pew Thompson and the Rev. Bragg. has recently been received and Mrs. Earl Waits that son, Lionel, who has been in Korea with the Air is scheduled to return of Bangor was a several days last week Greenville home of his r, j. A. Pettinger and fam- ras making a brief visit leaving on a trip to in Italy. and Mrs. Jimmy Bridges "city" residents this week, in from the country their home on 2nd street. in the home o,f Mr. and Pew this week are Mr. 1Iartn Van Eft and 3 Mike and Marsh, of and Avery Poole and ram- home again and "back at a t ..... weeks va- in the east. Glenn C. Ruse]l Sr., arld Glenn and iurnell Rus- fnm. this veek is Mrs. Sr. of Paradise. Aceom- her is Miss Marie Fuller- and John Trlinder, who nlaking their hme with -m. Howard amdy for two years, returned to today prior to visiting with CORRECTV'! ' an , dvertisement ni a recent issue of the Pertaining to the reason t of our food sale, to correct a prevalent es a church organization, do P-qt "'1 Bh  '  ..... e any time regarding labor fod ,.. postponement was unrest o the in the entire area felt e ,,nwp t ,,,t n a project when money be somowhat scarce. ST. )kbTHO'T'  ILT &  SOr'TZ Ct /It an c' Reese's ',, Exchanqe Est of Quincy on Highway 24. v. ePed!t Is q:od. dO  9yament. up to ," pay ,n all new * : *lvlll wih .0 9P Smokey Says: 5 _ NATUP, F'  N LOVERS! / ......  i' ( ,I A queer way of showing appreei tion for God's gifts and mana handiworki TYPEWRITER RIBBONS f o r Nylon, more than twice the life sale. Best quality, double-length I INT)IAN VALLEY RECORD RETURNS TO PARADISE Harvey Patch f Paradise has returned to his home after spend- ing several days in Greenville, trying to catch some Plumas Cofin- ty fish and guesting at the home of his niece, Thelma Johnson. BACK FROM MISSOURI Mr. and Mrs. Herman Posch and family returned to their home in Greenville last week after en- joying an 18-day trip back to the State of Missouri ad other points. ENJOY EXTENSIVE TRIP Mr. and Mrs. Vorus Roulsten, son Jim and daughter Kathleen ::e happy to be home again fol- lowing a 3-weeks vacation trip to % New York, Washington, Nebraska, v 1issouri and other points, during ' which they traveled over 8000 '::" miles and had .2 blowouts. They report all variety of weather, but an enjoyable trip despite it all. THE INDIAN VALLEY RECORD Whypoilyour00i00hi, 9 No wonder Woody is angryl A single match or cigarette, thrown from a car, can start a fire that will destroy a forest and with it more fish than are caught in a season. Wherever you drive, use the ash tray in your car. That way you'll be doing your part in keeping our state green. Pczqe A This Advertisement Sponsored By M. D. AYOGD DEPARTMENT STORE INDIAN VALLIS  LIGHT - POWER CO. ALMANCm: LUMBER COMPANY INDIAN VALLEY BANK SETZER F::T PRODUCTS, INC. BIDWELL WATER COMPANY GREENVILLE iNN AND CAFE GI.LE DRUG STORE ! m iii m ZUBE  ASSOCIATED SERVICE FARLEY'S MARKET NICK AND LYNN BATH FOREST LODGE RESORT CHENEY.CAL1FORNIA LUMBER CO. GLENN'S MARKET RUSSELL MOTOR SALES CALVADA LUMBER COMPANY