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INDIAN VALLEY RECORD TII1JRSI)AY, JUbY 4, 1940 W"O~I:EN S CLUB-STAGES t BIG HORRIBLE PARADE i DEVELOPS ORCHIDS IN I her favorite flower. I V~hercas the growing of most FARRESTER--KALL 30 DAY SENTENCE i COLORAtDO MOUNTAINS] Custom-Built Corsage torchids takes from around nine FOR BOTH PAREW~nm The members of the Womcn"~~ ~Then a young man comes into'years or longer to developeach ~.T ~r ** ~ :11 3 Hi h u l,~v v~. II~lll, tJrt~,liVlllt- gilll- (~l,~b o* heste sta~ed a re1~ su^ [ DENVER, Colo July .-- g P M1 Mace s store to order a corsage b ossom these according to Mr 1 "horribles"~ r parader'; in~ "-"Mee" n):th fbY DRe0:::leboS::a~ :e" I " ' ' ' year " act r, ' " Ches tmathe for "his best girl, the only ques- Mace, bloom the second after and Mrs. Ruth I~arres-, Sentences of thirty days s~ful t r las* Sunda" afteInoon There~ " " ' y ' '~, -[tlons asked are, "With whom have the seed is dropped, tel" were married in R(n0 ea~'h were imposed upon Mr . t ~ j . . " heves hes the secret for developmg l ~ ' ~ , Were man- entries everyone if! ly.u a (late.and How much doj Mr. Mace claims that these~a|ur(lay, June 29 Imul Mrs H Rusk of Cresoent " ' " i i commercial quantities a mln~n- ' v 9, e u ; t ~ "- ~'hleh was more horrible than the] . ou want to pay. Th yo ng orchids, besides beng pelfect in [he bride and ~room are both ]Mlils near hm'e w - "h~v Other and the 4ud'~es were hard !~ure, but extreme,y colorful, orcnm a telephone call to the girl, finding size for unusual corsages, have, . ~ " . [,~ . . !le ' . .a ~ ' . ~vzhich can be sold for only a frac- nu which dress she will wo~r that I.o~, oh~,~,~,~,~ llt~,~Q than Well Known in (JreeilVllie alld [p,eaded guilty of being (|I'llI!k rut to awaru prizes to tne victors, lt,or of what the larger varieties llight On he goes t'o-w'ork'o;a eu's-" l~,~.e;ent :r'chl~s'~'an;rem'aln fr'e:h vicinity, havi,g li,ed here most li, t~,e p,'e=e,ce of their ,] ye,':" TWO NEW CABINS [new bring at the florist shop. !tom-built corsage. !longer. He has made several ship- fll their lives, told son. - Young Mr Mace takes his flowers ~ . . AT FOREST LODGE] . . . Mr. Mace has found that thel]Ang tests and found thatthey Mrs. llall is the daughter of I A complaint was made 1 v Two new guest cabins at Forest j th:~U;ly G/l~:n::l wc ~l:;: an~sG:t: ~:.:l~::?:r ~:h~d:r:?:d lf:w~l~:t ]~!~:ughm:i:hdp nt;:d ~Ol::tt= ]~]~11~" Mal~]e ~V?o,l]lng;)t l~l(l~tl~l ]l,?~ ~!lbo:s, ~.vho charge(1 tb: L0dge have just been completed, ]nell, Iowa, with his own floral [ple have ever seen them in seven days al s an ~ a s~mer o~ ~v~rs. mq)n leill](I W(AIt without food o,- c,~rc rates H. P. West, owner of the [establishment. His success has been [bloom. This, he explains, is because ! Now the problem is this: Can Lozano of Greenville. [while the p,~rents were on Greenville vaca0on resort. West]made on the campus because of]they burst into bloom for only these same plants be grown at IIall is the son of Mrs. Mag- ]drinkil~g sprees stat carrying out h s ingenuity of sell- k earl in une " " s that the resort business start-[ .~ . [abo~t two wee s y J lower altitudes and can they be[~le IIall of Greenville and is ] :-------- e~l off very slow this spring, not on- tidy, flowers to fit the personal ty or [,~hen there is still considerable given the right diet of air and prominent n the (,isle affairs [ LOCAL FANS AID ly here but in all parts of the moun- ]*m~ recipient. Isn w in the mountains at high alti- water with mold and fungus food ~ ' ' " ~ ~ l~T~Dr~w ~vaxr~ taln area However the last week ] In the winter at. college he and ,tudes ortif~cally administered~ or l, ne eonl, mumty. ] ~-------~ ~:~axx~ l:~ June showed a decided increase |hi~, student-partner go about theirI Restricted Field ~ At the Shaw Garden~ Mr. Mace The), will make their home [ Tile baseba]'F-fans at the Ii~ th a ni ts nd business of making up corsages e M Mace found his " ' " ~ ~ ' ~ "' e number of v catio s a [ [ Last summ r r. ]lu now working wRh 24 of theseI~I Gr(envllle. I ~ ~ . I l l e7 III ,alvove' 10,500. They are found in 'bring ~ uestsg ,'' are' re( luesteu"" to" ' POLIT and understanding a few funda ICAL ADVERTISEMENT OUllUiiv- JUlY ~ I~ Mr Mace knows why he wants re~tons of heavy filtered shade in "-,"[ [ J~ J mentals which ou ht to be en raved IIOTlly Mrs 11 tl~ ~v{s~ at ~ne II]tc, develop s smnll but vivtdtiy hued dense groves of aspen trees or, ' g g . ] . . . . ,S ' I he comme ~al market ,on the hearts and minds of all Call lodge in advance . -- d~ ~ I[~crchid for t,rc .Ipines, where the only light they~ [ ]m ~C ll[Simply because there would be a act is flickering due to the flimsy~f rnians" ~ The hostesses for the (lay are I[[ -- -- | . . . bi~: demand for such a flower tn the b~anches waving in the breeze [ We need he said internal unlty|~r~ F "* ~ l| I~DAIMI| mV | IWIII Cater to Private Parties m lfrst place It would be dlfferent:'l, Thecontour of the terrain on]and solidarity as we have never|Tr" .: ~ : .'='" ~vtr~ ~. d [n ,i =:=k.'~ ,'?"b-I ' " ! ~.uvZwr an(] Mrs. i~aurenee *,'~*.*~--*~ New Private Dining Room It]Then, too, florists often have de. whlch the orchids grow is such,r.eeded them before, l, - I1 '~=~ ~'l~lred such a small blossom which that there is perfect drainage.! We need to develop a greater re-|,~oeKney. ]~ Candidate for Re.election I al a e ~ sponslb lit to OUr government, to Icould be made into a h r cors g They are saprophytes, too, liv n ' ~ Y [ ~ ---:~)-:.-: . . ~ | I A BRc~ous~~ fo, ''f!vorltes "" ' 'i!'~s faded pink!' :nd yellows One] Ar und is the w rld is falling t '!'il~"i "' 'i'Oi the":[:!ac; ~V.'.i':'' " I New Deh l teces ~ *[l( t 0II :111 II it cn e = I '" ' " I[ By way of explanation, it might var~ rare type found was of deep[P " " Q:" "-Y ~har [ All the Famil " " Na" ns r in e o " | Y nlbe said that Mr. Macehasaunfque orchid cerise with a yellow livJ t,o aebe g wreck d here~ sof!,uilding, l,f~resw~ib. !~ Fortified Witch lwa'" of doin- business H~ kee-s a d "h 1-~ -- r- n ~sn.l there Ideals are being shatter-I . ~ ~ I~ I WHEAT GERM nllar~e book li~ting all of the woPmen i~:rkings:ripper veuec w ~n ma oo led. " [t)tll, permits~--------~ i~ C re ,ontalns Vitains B, E, and G ||stu~lents enrolled at Or~nnell Op-] Man, Advant-*,es,~ 're got to stand together I| I his bread is baked with Ger The United States is a big coun ( g ed),Mrs W H LI I i - il.osite each name ,s a list o, ,hel iamiter of these orchids lsl~ -I IN Known Throu~,hou i m,vitaFl urwhiche ntainsthe i!tyve and color of her formal el:out an inch and a half. Thetr|try in every sense f the w rd",Having pnrc~Bobbie's Care/m : "='~'- m m'n o d We're facing thebiggest emer t;ountT as | concentrated vita I s f un n]dresses, the color of her hair and stems are from eight to ten inches ] "ItsGreenville the new owner- wtllIn n ~n wheat It has ten times 1 ' Igency of all time I . ' " i .GR~w ,~ . " . . - l I . . . " . I not oe responsible for any out /m -~ tae wneat germ contained In n l l Let us prove to ourselves, and to //stanulng lnaeote~ness on the bus|-/n ,100% Whole Wheat. I[ NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS ~'llle Junior-Senior High School |cur neighbors, that we are big[ e " [~ Candidate for n ,~ ',sees a=~ ~. ~ a~ Ii NOTI~E IS HEREBY GIVEN,G, eenvllle, California. ,enough to be citizen- of the ,v-i$-~| ' |l n I Iku~a"~:n~.7:=v=a~'~r~L t th;ch 11mDa~, tHCctUosty --1Uu%Onl m~B.stdders are hereby notified that,]state~ in every essential, and~;:[ St n pp~ncott./I SUPERVISOR uuIuI~N VALLE, I DA~r~I l g s t ~ I u n~to tne statutes of tne I " ! Mrs. A. V. ~bangle. s C un l'f r t - - . . meet In true ~merlcan trauluon, D i o ty, Ca 1 o nia will zece ve bids State of Califo~nta or local law Dated Greenville 1t " istrict No. ~, Plumas Count ~ h ",Ca forma, July I Y [ials, transportation and serviceslCounty High School District haslarisen, l u. llil ~~ |required for the construction of alascertained the general rate of per| We are at the economic cross-|~~ |', [~-~- ,m~ [Frame Music and Science Class- ~diem wages and rates for legallrosds for America and the world,] [~ ~room Addition to the Greenville [hclldays and oveertime work in the| ' ~ " 1~ --~ |~ ]~eposlts Insured by The ]Junior-Senior High School Build-]locality in which the work is to bel I1[ Ill| HAROLD J. POWKR.~ n Federal Deposit Insurance ing a unit of the Plumas County perfolTned to each craft Or type oft ![[ lilt r on. [ ~z-~ ~LW h0~.~n~ Vt ~ [High Scho 1 Districtof Plumas I orkman or mechanic needed to ex- o w W.J. HALL v---v awe-, [County, Callforn;a; each bid shalllecute the ccontract which will be NOTARY PUBLIC (:n: b~:t:(Incumb [~ be tn accordance with plans and swarded the successful bidder ~! O~ T |H Gre-- i []|i Candidate for Re-Election to I i speciftcations now on file with the [ That the geeneral prevailing rates,~ '| ~-~ r'~,e~m4[-~ i~ t~Ill e~nV Ine, ~Ja~n[. .Ill ~ the Offl~ ~ ~,000 Maximum In~urane~ IArchltect, Chas. F. Dean, 1407 Cai-lof wages on projects for thePlumas[ ,l SSluneun Ill lli| ,n, ore. 0f I R for :Each De--^~ltor .ifornia State Life Building, soutn-!County High School District forl ~.~ ~J~ ~.~ l~ m ~.m m e s ~ ~' '~L' '~: ~II~.NATOR [~ west corner of Tenth and J Stre t, ,onstruction work have been de-| I II zNa 0R l Sacramento (Mlffornla, or with Mr. [term|ned by the Governing Board [ ~ ~ ~,~ I District 1~'o. 1 ,' Ralpb L. Harmer Principal of the of the Plumas County Union High |] ~ ~ ~1~",INDIAN VALLEY GRANGE |1 ~adoc, I ::n Zd | "We Appreciate Your Account [ Greenville Junior-Senior High I Shooi District by resolution passed,~ ,~,] ,at,~ a~msen a~lu l~luma~ n Whether Large or Small ]School, at the office of the Green- June 18, 1940 and are as follows: ~d~"l~ ' ~ ~,No. 439 ]i Countie~ i }~ " - [ Pet "" r -- " ~ |Meets 2nd and 4th Tuesday evenings I ~ t~ ! ' riou lyriourly rates ~or u ~ . . ~ n or ea,'n month at Taylorsvtlle [Trsde or Diem Wage Legal HolidaysI~ . [ "~ ccu o VVa e NEAL STARK, Master 0 pati n g Rate and Overtime,| ~ "--------" ,|ntl; V~II I~,I, [ sbestos Worker $ 8.40 1.05 Double[WOOD AND POSTS POR SALE--|JAME's YOUNO, Seel'etary. [~ I~ ,nLal~l~ll ~11~ fl~li~ ~t:arpenters 8.80 1,10 Double I . . ' N " I Commercial ~ "~ -- [Cv.binet Workers 2 8.80 1.10 Double [ All kinds or wood and all'lengths.[~ ~ = . an~ ~avmgs ICement Finishers " 9.00 1125 Double,J.E. SAMPSON Greenville P O,HOME [n ~ Is, ~] GREENVILLE, CALIF. [ Cement Laborers 7.00 .875 Double [ ' ",I~CONOMICS CLUB [ Cmmdl Painter 8"80 1"10 Double I . ]i ,=. I n 15: 0,Whereas, I was on the day|~~]~t~ '~,~|~ I' ~ r :.:. ~'00 :625 Doub!e |of June, 1940, directed by the Board [ i s . I~ Primary Election Augtmt ~ ,~t ~v~t~t~ vvo~r.w x~.~ 1.O~O ~OUDle Io1 ~U ervlsors of Plumas o P C unty, i WHi RK ] Sheet,etai helpers .00 ouble State of California and th,i ,-- ! I I II II~ ~ ele was I I Steamfitter, s --7 11 00 1.375 Double received by me and filed in my of-i ~ ~ Steamfitter, s ne~per 5 00 625 Double |f ce an authorization of the State i ~ I the foregoing schedule of perlthatday in the Library room di-|Ccntroller dated June, 7th, 1940, to][~ diem wa es is based u on a work rectlSouth ero i INDIAN VALLEY I g y ss the main eorri-|sel] at publlc auction, 1~r cash In|i~ . -- [ ing day o, ~ nours. Tne nourly[dor from the office of the Green- |lawful money of the United States,|[ GLEAN AS A LILY~' i UrlMMI ,T Dflalr i wage rate prescribed hereinabove [ ville Junior-Senior High Schoollcertain tax deeded property, public |][~ ~m.~ ih, a.n ark fresh ew e i k~ll~ll~lJ[J.~[~j[ J[-~J~][~ i ~s the per diem rate divided by the|Building in the City of Greenville |notice is hereby ~lven that unl~ill$ ~.~--m~.pp.H~ w ~ d --gl amin~ in Its silver wa- [ sforementioned number of hours]Plumas County, California. |the said property is redeemed as[[[~ letS--is Natures symbol of utter elesmliness. ' constituting a working day. J The above mentioned certified ]provided by law, I will on the 8th |i~ PLUMAS LAUNDRY has become this town's symbol for utter It shall be mandatory upon the,check, cashier's check of bid bond|day of July, 1940, at the hour oflil$ cleanliness in clothes Our more modern H ' contractor to whom the contract[slmll be given as a guarantee thath.30 o'clock P M in the ~,~, o,~i li$ inure complete pro. i~li I is awarded, and upon any subcon- ] the bidder will enter into a contract hector's office in the Court House s~ mean so much to the life and looks of your clothes. They tractor under him to pay not less if awarded the work U ~t l and will be [of the County of Plurnas, in the i[~ add so much in appearance and cut go much from yonr clothes H tmen r0m specified ratesto all]declared forfeited if the successful|city of Quincy, sell as directed the|[~ b~dget, you must try us for your next latmdry Job for sur r|s|n i r r laborers, workmen and mecnamcs[bidder refuses to enter into said|said nronertv for a sum not less~ P g H ' 9 A. M. TO ~ ]P. M. employed by them in the executionlcontract after being requested so to|than "the~'~ninimum price or ~rices|[~ r~u,=s. MAKE SATURDAY of the contract: [do by the governing Board. |set fourth in this notice ~ [[~ See Max, With the Red and Yellow APPOINTMENTS Notice is amo noreoy g~ven tnat all,The successful bidder will be re-I The parcel or parcels of property il~ ~ ~ =" "--'~ " ', "- *~ H ~r ADWa~re~E bidders may submit with their.bids~ [qulred. to furnish a labor and ms-|that are subject of this notice are I[H xrUCK J~very Tnursaay and 'rmay ~I a sworn statement or menr nnan-|temal ~)ona m amount equal to flf-isituated in the County of Plumas, ll~ ~1 i RI NVILLm ' -- ['" ~) e o tract]State of California, and are de-|i~ P|nm~ l~,mJ~ D 4 ]. H and experience Such sworn state price and a faithful performance s rib ,s U . . "1 / C ed as fonow : IIH LIULII i I UIIULy L OILOl Hi ment ma be re ulred to oe tur bond I ~ an amoun ,~]I~ITTflHI[Y &'NT|~Tll Y q "] ~ t equal toonehun-| - Parcel 1~o 1 ,I 11./11/n niahed before award is made to any[dted percent (100%) of the contract| Part of Lot 1 Block 1"o C~ree~ "~ r " ' ,~.~x~,ltLJ~, ~,~txvx Farticular bidder. ]price, said bonds shall be secured|ville " " :-m ,Ir~ . ~ Each bid shall be made out on a|from a surety company satisfactory| Assessed to Thomas,W I, for| ,r aze| owerman form to be obtained at the office]to the Governing Board of the nthe year 1914 " ',~ [ OWNER.OFERATOR of the aforesaid Architect, C~u. F. [ Piuma~ County High School Dis-|Minimum price $50.00 I ,~ ,Dean, or from Mr. Ralph L, Har-|trict. [ If r~demption of the property or| ~ l lle World's [News Seen Throu l mer, and must be accompanied by] The sa~d Governing Board re-|the initiation of an installment ~lan| ~ rl~~~.-~,~.--=-~-~-~---~-'-'--- -- a certified check, cashier's check]serves the right to reject any and|of redemption i ~ not made aee rd [~ J[rll ,HI I I]AN CIEN{ E fl/i }NIT R g or bidders bond for five percent]all bids and/or waive any irregular-ling to law prior to the sale thereof,[ ~ A~~ ~u'-~-~,~.~ ~z-~r~w~.~.~rw v !"! (5%) of {he bid made payable to[fty in a bid. |the right of redemption will ceue,] ~ ~~ "~''~'r~' ~ . . the order of Mrs. Emily Bar, ] Dated July18,1940 A R Jacks[ ~ ~rrom~en~atn onal. ~ll~12J[21]Vl12][2J[.3 Clerk of the Governing Board of] Emily Bar| Tax Collector of Plum~ County| ~ and .It, Daily ~'~zr vwr~ the Plumas County Union Hight Clerk of the Governing Board of]State of (~a]lfornia ~agazm~ ~ction, Make Shool District of Plumas County, [the Plumas County Union High i PublIsl4ed June 20-27; July 4, 1940.| ~ ~UJ[2LJJL~ ~alifornia and shall be sealed and ]School District, Plumas County,| ~ Th~uDli~hin~ Soei:~v flied with Mr. Ralph L. Harmer, [L~ltfornta. I ~ I ~ ~ ~ c u =.: -y 5 Y O n~t, ~IJlt~X.~lllgS, ~el' Principal of the Greenville Junior-| Address of the Clerk: Quincy,IN I t~ -~'/;~;%::,=" S GREENVILLE, CALIF. Senior High School, in the office |California I s CERrr LODOZ I x o ~! room of the Greenville Junior-Sen-I Address of Mr Ralph Harmer ~Jk~L. No. 155, F. & A.M. ] ~ -~-~-,~.~,w = = ur. gars, t.~garet~s, Isox~ lor High School building on or be- [office of the Principal of the Green- I Meets Second Friday [ ~ ~ Drlnlm, 13oo1 and fore the 12th day of July, 1940, at iville Junior-Senlor High School, i ~ Night of Each Month i ~ ,~=m= (~ub Rooms 2;00 P. M. and shall be opened in [Greenville, Plumas County, Ca|N] /V-~"~k . ~ ~ Addr=u (~ome in maid Viadt With Us public at or about 2:00 P. M. of|fornla. [ . ~ i S.F. LUZZADDF, R, Muter. ~ SAMPLE COPY ON REQUEST S Publ|shed June 20-27; July 4 1940. W.J. HALL, Secretary