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THE INDIAN VALLEY RECORD THURSDAY, JULY 13, 1950 _, - _ . Maim no mJoku-get your printing from us md we'll make "eml you tire m00es for"-::: your old tire miles! MARATHOll Come in and let us work out a deal o o 0 BURTON MOTOR SALES Your DeSo- Plymouth Dealer Telephone 90-M Greenville CRESCENT MILLS Mr. and Mrs. Pete Hanson were down to visit the P. C. Nyes on Saturday. Mr. LaTrell, a former resident here, is spending some time here. Mrs. Eleanor Logan and :Mrs. Margaret DeHahn drove down to Sacramento and Woodlandon Mon- day. Mrs. Corinne Sorsoli went as far as Oroville and remained there to visit friends until the ladies re- turned Monday evening. Dick Anderson. Bill Nye and Plumie Nye went out Saturday and Sunday to try their luck at catching a few fish. They report no fish but had a good outing. Bob Phleger was here on Sun- day to visit his brother Chris. Mr. and Mrs, William Lane and daughter Sharon of Hawthorne Nevada visited the Alan Garricks over the weekend. On unday the Garricks, Lanes and DeHahns pic- nicked and fished on Light Creek. They reported good fishing. Mrs. Ann Madigan, Mrs. Ruby Madigan, Mrs. :Meyers and Mrs. Edwards went over to Reno on Friday to shop. Mrs. Della Moody, cousin of Do- lores Kelton of Tacoma. Washing- ton, and Mrs. Gene Gedda and daughter Marilyn of Seattle visit- ed in the Bob Kelton home last week. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Johnson of Chico and Mr. and Irs. Charles Allen of Susanville spent the 4th visiting the Phil McCutcheons. The ladies are sisters. Pearl Strong came up for the 4th, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. John Wehn. Mrs. Strong returned to school in San Francisco and the Wehns remained a few days. Dolores Kelton and Todd Powell of the San Francisco Chronicle went fishing on the North Fork Monday. They reported good luck. Mrs. A. J. Sheehan of Oroville came up for a short visit with her son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Shehan. Mrs. Iris Robinson and Mrs. Tillie Lewis were Quincy visitors on Friday. Jim Milton underwent surgery in GrGeenville last week. It is re- ported he is doing fine and expects to be tmme in a few days. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Zundell and daughter Joan of /atsonville spent several days with Mr. and Mrs. P. C. McCutcheon. Mrs. Zun- dell is Mrs. McCutcheon's niece. TELEPHONE MEN VISIT HERE Mrs, d Freeman and four sons, Charles, omas, Edward and Wil- liam. are moving this week from Mineral to join her husband in their new home here, the @ormer Paul Kehrer residence. Mr. D. A. Perigo, general man- ager of Citizens Utilities Co., ac- companied by Mr. Trompers of the Redding telephone plant, was a business visitor in Greenville on Make no ndstalcos-qet your printinq from us and we']] make "eml Friday of last week. Why go through another summer of mus' Ask e '%+ An electric cooler Will do a swell iob; Give you COOL filtered air At the turn of a knob! Folks, Here Are Points to Look For in the Hew Electric ooler...qukk and easy instaliolion...quiet, trouble-free motor,.. qual wolsr dlstdbufion in evaperotive modds+., ode- quote filler pods.., ndjustable or proteded iouvres.., unorl styl- ing.., and low.cost operation. Here in zlifornio your family con enjoy a home cooling system for a few ceats o doy bemuse P. 6. and E. rates are omong the lowest In the potion. Ask your deoler for a demomtmtiou, in- follofion tokes only a few minufes. PACIFIC GAS AND ELECTRIC COMPANY d With our cooler installed l Compact and neat... | It S costing mere pennies To outwit the heat! J TAYLORSVIU.E Earl Kaufman came up from San Francisco to spend the week- end here at +his summer home. Mr. and :Mrs. Major Jones came up from Oroville Sunday to visit: Mr. and Airs. Vinton Pierce and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. A1 Maunder of Sloat spent Saturday night here with her brother, Cecil Stephen- son and family. Miss Frances Higgins of Oak- land arrived Sunday to spend two weeks here with her sister, :Mrs. Charles Taresh and her brother Marvin Higgins. Mr. and Mrs. Clem Hobbs have moved back to Sacramento. Mrs. Jim Rossi and children and Mrs. Ley Donaldson and Sally spent Sunday attending a show in Quincy. Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Sargent spent the weekend in Sonoma Jack King spent one day last week in Reno. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Dolphin went to Oakland Saturday to visit relatives. :Mr. and Mrs. Aide Sorsli had dinner Sunday at the Bear Club in Chester. Mr. and Mrs. John Sobrero, :Mr. and Mrs. Bruce McIntyre and Miss June LeRoy went to Downyville to spend the weekend with Mrs. obrero's brother, Tony and Gee. Pizzola. Barbara Johnson and LaVerne Gates drove to Sierra Valley for a 4-H tour Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Hoskins went to Grass Valley over the weekend to a bowling tournament Mr. and Mrs. Victor Hbbs have had his mother of Fresno visiting them. Mrs. Leta Coffin has gone t5 Oregon for a few days. Mr. and :Mrs. Bill Young and sons went to Quincy Friday to see Mr. and Mrs. Tom Borneman. Gus Johnson of the Jhnson Mine had to spend a few days in the Batson Hospital. John Hardgrave has had new siding put on the outside of his house. Also the Sorsolis' four houses and Drug Store are being :painted on the outside. Mrs. Clara Burford and Mrs. CPnerry went to Oakland and from there to the Russian River for a week's vacation. Chuck Kaitner is in the County Hospital in Quincy. Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Hard- grave of San Francisco came up to spend a few days with his par- ents, Dr. and Mrs. Lloyd Hard- grave. Pierce ilson left Tuesday after spending several days here with his wife and daughter. ARTHUR TOSCANI. JR. WED IN RENO CEREMONY MONDAY Wedding bells pealed out on Monday, July 10, for Arthur F. Toscani, Jr., of Taylorsville, and Miss Odessia Meadows of Fort- rifle, Arkansas, when the young couple was married in rites at Reno Nevada. Accompanying the pair to Reno and serving as witnesses to the ceremony were Arthur Toscani Sr. and Mrs. Chester Toscani, sister- in-law of the groom. Arthur Jr. is well known in the valley, where he has grown up and received his schooling. He is a graduate of Greenville high school. ! The newlyweds will make their home on the Toscani Ranch at Taylorsville. Indian Valley PoI No. 568 AMERICAN LEGION AND AUXIIJARY M]ETS SECOND MONDAY OF IACH MONTH AT 7:30 p.m. Veterans and service men welcome 11111111111111111111411111111111111 III I I I I IIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIMIIHIIIIIIHIIN INDIAN VALLEY GRANGE I. 439 Meets First and "Fnird Tuesday of Each Month, 8 p.m. - Taylorsville D. R. STRONG, Master LENA DEFANTI, Sec'y tlillllll lllllll I IIIIII I lllllllll llllll it llhllll iii ii iii Ii ii ii llllllll SINCERITY LODGE No. 132, F. & A. M. 4ets 2rid Friday each month, 8 p.m. Visiting Brothers Welcomel Lionel Wixom, Master Herbert Holt, Secretary p+llllll II I lllllll IIIIIIII II IIIIII llllllfllll ii iiiiii ii ii iiii lllllll iii LUMBER & SAWMILL WORKERS UNION - AFI, Local No. 2647 Heets first Sunday of each month tt 11 a.m. -- in Old Library Hall GREENVILLE ,.:. CALIFORNIA JOE PALAZZI, president ROBERT GIESICK, Bus. Agent and cy..Treas+ ,, + i ,i ,iiltlllll i i llllltlll + 1111 + 111111t1111111111111111111111111, GREENVILLE LO.O.F. LODGE No. 252 leets 1st and 3rd Saturdays * p.m. - at Oddfellows Hall, Greenville, California C. 0. Allen, Noble Grand lmore Hunt Secretary i i llll II "lllllllllltlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll j TOPICS ........................ PROPER CHIROPRACTIC ADJUSTMENTS AB NOT PAINFULI A chiropractor's hands are the tools he uses to correct spinal irregularities. Nerves to all parts of the body emit between the various spinal seqments. Pain and disease often result from nerve pres- sure due to vertebral dis- placements. Correction o such displacements remev*es the cause. DR. VTM. DAVIE Licensed Chiropractor WOLF CREEK ROOMS Phone 84-M-4 Greenville GREENVILLE-VISITS CHESTER Greenville wszors in Chester on Sunday included Mr. and Mrs. Ed Chisholm, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Scidmore, Mr. and Mrs. "Red" Logan, Miss Echo French and Michael Aoob Jr. Mrs. Scidmore's birthday was the reason for the celebration. Howard Musgrave was in charge of Wardlow's Place for the day. MANES FUNERAL HOME Phone 75-M-2 Greenville CoJomata  ae I eeell411eeeeeeeeeeel : o : e : GIVE : : to the : : SALVATION :" ! : FUND LAMPAIGN :  . ! s } Indian Valley Bank i : GREENVILLE, CALIF. : e a eo ,o HI IHI eoo e el f.,,, ,,, PUBLIC STENOGRAPHER NOTARY Specialty Leqal Work TYPING - CONTRACTS LEASES - DEEDS, ETC. MARGUERITE AUSTIN Telephone 8-M-4 On hiway 89, near high school Crescent Street Greenville --Legal NotlcmP- CERTIFICATE OF TRANSACT- ING BUSINESS UNDER A FICTITIOUS NAME State of+California )88. County of Laesen ) We hereby certify "that we are partners transacting business in the Counties of Laesen and Plu- mas, in the State of California, under a designation rt showing the names of the "persons interest- ed as partners in such business, to-wit: "Royal Grocery No. 3 and Royal Grocery No. 4". The names of the partners are: Royal D. Stewart, residing at Susanville, California, William N. Crabbe, residing at Susanvill, California, Leon R. Farley, residing at Greenville, California. :  our hands+this 1st day of June, 1950. ROYAl, D. STE+vVART WILLIAM N. CRABBE LEON l FARLEY State of California )ss. COunty of Lassen ) On this 1st day of June, 1950, before me, Arthur J. Anderson, a Notary Public in and for the said County and State, residing there- in, duly commissioned and sworn, personally appeared Royal D. Stewart and William N, Crabbe, known to me to be the persons whose names are subscribed to the within instrument, and acknowl- edged to me that they executed the same. IN WITNESS WT-I_H)EOF, I have hereunto set my hand and affixed my official seal the day and year in this certificate first above written. A*RTHUR J. ANDFRSON Notary Public in and for the County of Lassen, State of California. (June 22-29-July 6-13-20) (R) NATIONAL FOREST TIMBER FOR SALE Sealed bids will be the Regional Forester, IT. est Service, 630 Sansome San Franciseo 11, California, to and including 2:00 p.m. 14, 1950, for all the live marked or designated for and all merchantable dead located on an area about 890 acres within 13, 14, 23 and 24, T. 26 N., M.D.M., Plumas National California, estimated to be proximately 12,460 M feet more or less, of ponderosa sugar pine, white fir, douglaS and incense cedar. The value of the timber long-term normal market operating conditions is M feet b.m. for ponderosa $12.70 per M feet b.m. for pine, $2.30 per M feet b.m. white fir, $3.10 per M feet douglas fir and $2.00 per M b.m. for incense cedar. No bid be considered which is less | these rates as a base rate able through the entire the sale agreement, plus an tional amount )f at least $9.85 M feet b.m. for ponderosa $12.75 per M feet b.m. for pine, $2.30 per : feet b.m. white fir, $3.10 per M feet b.rm douglas fir and $0.70 per M b.m. for incense cedar, which ditional amounts shall be to quarterly calendar upward or downward by 0.4 difference between the Pine Association +base index determined as set forth below the average of the Western Association index prices as culated by the Forest at the end of each quarter. adjustment in the amounts for stumpage shall be pUcable to timber cut and during the calendar quarter which the adJalstment is In no event, however, will theJ justed stumpage rates for quarter be less than the basic praised rates as first stated The base index prices for this are an arithmetical average monthly Western Pine lumber price indices from 1950 to June 30, 1950, Unless requirement is waived in by the Regional Forester the vision for quarterly will "terminate June 30, 1951. addition, the purchaser will be quired to make deposits for estation and other work on this sale area at the of $0.30 per M feet b.m. for merchantable material scaled to make deposits to cover the to the United States for reduction work at the rate of per M feet b.m. merchantable all species. $20,000 must pany each bid to be applied on purchase price, refunded, or rained in part as liquidated ages, according to conditions sale. The right to reject any all bids is reserved. Before bids submitted full information cerning the timber, the of sale, and the submission of should be btalned from Regional Forester, 630 Street, San Francisco "11, fornia, or the Forest Quincy, California. The sale agreement will contain vision for conveying to the States cerain rights-of-way private land. (Publish July 13 and July 27) NOTICE OF ION TO ,E(}AGE I:N THE SAL OF ALCOHOLIC July 10, 1950 Eo Whom It :May COncern: Notice is hereby given fifteen days after the date the unde/'signed proposes to alcoholic beverages at these ises, described as follows: 1 mile South of Greenville vf .lound Valley Lake Road Pursuant to such intention, undersigned is applying to State Board of Equalization issuance on original of an alcoholic beverage for these premises as follows: On-Sale General Seasonal - Quarterly Anyone desiring tm protest issuance of such license may a verified protest with the Board of Equalization at mento, California, stating for denial as provided by law. premises are not now licensed the sale of alcoholic Margaret and M. J. and Aleeda 00IDIAN VAL00 RECORD Published Every Thursday Entered in the post office at Greenville, California, as class matter under the Act af Congress of March 3, 1879.. Theima A. Johnson _ E. N. Owners and "Publishers Member of C,N.P.A. -N.E.A,