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Forest Lodge Resort Listed By Duncan Hines GREENVILLE LOCALS GFrest Lodge and Cottages of reenville has received national ecognition in the new 1959 edi- on of Ducan Hines&apos; '%racation Uide,', just off the press in time i ,- me summer vacation season, ; was announced this week trora Ithaca, NY. It is the only resort in .the Green- ville area among the 1700 vaea- It n" places in the US, Canada, exlco, the Caribbean and Ber- muda, "R can H" ,ecommended by Dun- RYlS'Park, executive editor of..the Duncan Hines institute, lct "We are happy to give re-i weeks. Bob Hunters went camping in .xgnition o this establishment_  Houseguests at the Charles Modoc County over the week end. by including it in a selected Lovett home for the past week! Marlene and Ronnie Logan and group Eac ............... were Mr and Mrs Frank Nevarez'familv from Quincy and Bill and n esmonsnmen llS20. I . . v . !s one of about 10 in 100 for ourt and children Lmda and Desl from Gayle Hall went camping at listi , , . ngs represent only 10 her ,n+ILoomls. 'Clover Valley over the 4th of r the total in this hart of the l  Visiting Mr and Mrs Cy Hall July. They also wmted Lone Rock world.,,  I for four days are Barbara and Lookout. t Mr and Mrs Kel Lettle made a, Chuck Biehl from San Francisco; business trip last Wednesday to l, they will spend two days at Lake the Bay Area. On the way home iTahoe beore returning home. they visited briely with relatives,  Camping at Taylors Lake over in Hayward and LakeDort. t the week end were Mr and Mrs The Indian Valley Garden Club i W Creason and son Jerry, Mr and will meet on Wednesday July 15thl Mrs Dick Borsig and children and at the home of Kit Dunham, on, Judy Lovett. the east side of Lake Almanor. i4t Gayle Hall has returned home It will be a pot luck luncheon at rom attending Girls State at 12:30. Mrs W W Tipton of Red-* Davis, sponsored by the American ding, director of the Cascade Re- Legion Auxiliary. She left June gion, will be a guest. 19th and returned June 27. Fire Destroys Pump House In Fall at Rodeo Fire Friday almost completed destroyed a small pump house at the Meadow Valley Lumber i Bush of Greenville, fell from Co the grandstand during the to- mill in Greenville. The structure, located near Wolf[ Creek, was ignited by a grass fire  deo at Taylorsville Saturday and which burned up to it, Fire Chief suffered a severe blow on the Cy Hall said. head. The pump house was completely She was taken to the Feather enveloped by flames when Green- River Hospital for treatment and vilte volunteer firemen arrived on was taken home on Monday. Toddler Hurt oo ... ,o,.,,v, Greenville and Chester Calif. Thursday, July 9, 1959 Frances Bush. 21.month-old daughter of Mr and Mrs Jesse[ t On July 17 at 7 pm The First 4t Camping at Lake Almanor over the scene immediately after the ,  Baptist Church will have its the week end were Mr and Mrs, alarm was turned in. ! closing program of the D V B S ',Tom Aughe and son Raymond " "  S i P ty and would like everyone to come from Red Bluff and Mr and Mrs*t Visiting Mr and Mrs Sam Os- urpr se ar and see what the children have', Robert Lovett. borne the past week were Mrs Mrs Rowena Kissel of Chester accomplished in the past two:  The Ralph Lozanos and the Osborne's parents Mr and Mrs was pleasantly surprised when A L Howell of Oroville, Mrs Bon- several of her friends dropped in ale Howell and children of Oro- to wish her a happy birthday on ville, Bob Osborne was home for June 23. Specials For Thursday, Friday, Saturday WHOLE OR HALF Demonstration of COFFEE PURETA READY-TO-EAT HAMS ..,...-- LB 49c four days from Port Hueneme. *< Caroline Plaster is spending a few weeks with her grandparents, Mr and Mrs A L Howell of Oro- ville. B&E OFFERS THESE MONEY SAVERS .. TO YOU B&E MARKET PURETA HAMS SATURDAY SAMPLES -- MUSTARD COURTESY KRAFT'S CHUCK POT ROAST GREENVILLE Phone BU-4-2701 OPEN 8 AM TO 8 PM DALLY / I I00otato U.S. No. 1 10 Ib 39 Corn sweet'n tender doz. 39 Cake mixes Betty Crocker 4 for $1.00 (00olden grain beer (p.u, tax)6 cans 79 (00olden State Cottage Cheese pint 27c quick 39 Sego Milk 3-39 4 doz. Eggs, Small Grade AA $1.00 Del Farm Oleo 4 lbs 79c Globe A-I Flour 25 Ibs 1.79 Sacramento Tomato Juice, 46 oz 2 for 45c HOURS ARE SPENT ARRANGING BUYS LIKE THESE Watch Weekly--in The Record voo Camp's ...... - n  r X , ,,-, Strawberries 4 for 89c Pork 'N Beans, No 22 for 39c MEATS 'l (plua tax) Summe' Isleu Friskies Cat Food 2 cans 25c Pineapple, No. 2 2 for 45c L.A N GROUND BEEF 3 lbs 1.19 Apricots) 3 lbs State Fair Tomato Sauce 15 cans Plums ) 29c Tomatoes 3 Ibs 27c CnLaloupe 5 for 49c 1 TV 00II00I00RS 69c Cock O' the Walk Peas 8 cans Flav-R-Pac  6-ounce ORANGE or LEMON JUICE 7 cans Halves or Sliced SACRAMENTO CLING PEACHES 4 cans CHET'S Swlft's FROZEN PIES PREM 49c 45c Baby Run Over By Auto at Lake Sven-months-old Anizeto Cor- bero suffered fractures of seven ribs, bruises and abrasions when she was run over by a car being backed out of a parking place by Jan Bingham, 24, of Berkeley, the Highway Patrol said last week. The mishap occurred Saturday at the Westwood Community Beach on the east side. The baby, lying on a blanket behind the vehicle at the time of the accident, was taken to Seneca Hospital in Chester for treatment. lb 49c r 8t 1 I,, ,.Y_ yle "'F'S SLICED BACON alCer Cut uRK ROAST 8PARE RIBS IRESI' GROUND ROUND Dei Mar llOSIERY reg 89(: lb 35c lb 49c lb 69c I Mission CATSUP 20 OZ 2/39c i In the group were Laura Meu-Guy Coykendall Sr sling, Earline Moffitt, Judy Mof- fitt, Mary Curnow, Louise Hayes. Laura brought a birthday cakei Has Fatal Stroke she had baked for the occasion. $ Kounty Kist CORN whole or cream style A fishing trip to his favorite fishing spot in celebration of his 70th birthday ended in death for Guy Lewis Coykendall Sr of Sac- ramento. The tragedy took place in the rough and rugged country along Chipps Creek above 4 miles above Highway 40A at 8:30 am where Mr Coykendall in company with his son and daughter-in-law Mr and Mrs Guy Coykendalt Jr of Yuba City, and another unidenti- fied man had gone to enjoy the fishing in one of their favorite streams. The elder Mr and Mrs Coyken- dall had come to Yuba City to celebrate his birthday at the home of their son and then he and the two younger Coykendalls got an early start to get up the rugged trail to the stream. They are re- ported as having arrived ,there at about 8 am and about 25 minutes later the elder man suffered the fatal attack. His son started out to sumrmm help and must have made the distance of over four miles in record ,time as the call for an ambulance was received here at 9:15 am. Art Belaey of the fire depart- ment and Lloyd Coulter of the sheriff's office started out with the ambulance and found Guy Jr waiting by the highway to guide them in. Taking their stretcher, after having been joined by Torn Hasty of the PG&E they trudged , over the rugged trail, finding on:: their arrival that Mr Coykendall had lived about five minutes after the initial seizure. Mr Hasty then went back down the trail to call the coroner and the younger Coy- kendalls and their friend also left but Coulter and Belaey re- mained until the arrival of the coroner with two pack horses to bring out the body which was ac- , complished about 5:15 tha,t after- i noon. The body was taken to the An- derson Mortuary and from there transferred to Sacramento where Masonic funeral services were conducted yesterday at 11 am from the Citizens Mortum-y. Mr Coykendall for 20 years or more owned and operaCed Guy's Resort near Be/den which he sold a few years ago after which he and his wife moved to Sacra- mento where he engaged in the real estate business. He is sur- vived by his wife Wanda of Sac ranmento, his sons Guy Jr of Yuba City, Don of Oroville and two grandchildren. He is a member of the local Masonic Lodge, the Eastern Star and White Shrine, also a member Ben All Shrine of Sacramento. Indian Valley 4-H Club News The Indian Valley 4-H Club held its monthly meeting Monday at the Taylorsville School. The flag salute was led by Richard Greiiner. The report on the variety show showed a total of $65 taken in, not all of which has been collect- ed. Art Scarlett explained some of the necessary rules of the fair board and reported that all entries must be in by July 13 except those for vegetables and flowers, which must be in by August 1. The club's annual tour has been re-scheduled for August 2. This event will iinclude a potluck lunch, each member bringing his own table service. The tour will start at the Foland Ranch in North Arm and end at the Clif- ford Sheehan Ranch in Crescent Mills. All members are urged to attend as it will also be the club's regular meeting Joy Yoclvey reported on the annual field day in Quincy; Pare Neer won the individual judging trophy for the club, and the team trophy was lost to Sierra Valley by 3 points. It was announced that Alton Young, farm advisor, will be leav- ing to work in Berkeley. Kathy Brown led the 4-H pledge and the meeting adjourned. Refresments were served. Ardith Stevens, reporter II H LAND LEVELING ROAD BUILDING SKiP LOADER 6 cans 99c , DP TRUCK , [ O,o.e,= v= R i ' Ph Quincy 724 I