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to find and buy it in... UPHOLSTERING O Complete Guaranteed Service and Workmanship FOR FREE ESTIMATE O GIFT & FLOWER SHOP Flowers Wired Anywhere and Victor Records.. FOR ALL OCCAS4ONS Diamonds . Watches POWELL JEWELRY GIIFTS THAT LAST CO, Phone Quincy Four WE DELIVER Halvinqlon, maria.gel QUINCY LAUNDRY AND DRY CLEANERS Leave Work at PAL'S BARBER SHOP Nadiene Riedeman of Oroville .....  .......  ........... :.,.r her0 ,,, her brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Herb Crouch. His par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Riedeman of Or,vil)e spent the weekend here = visiting their three sons. r. and Mrs. John Bettinger and daughter spent Sunday in '- :langor visiting his father and also Mrs. Lula Swayze and A1 Barton, former residents of Greenville. Rev. and l_rs. Vernon Ragsdale ;=.nd daughters have just returned Repairing Quincy Quincy Furniture Co from their vacation spent in their former home town, Delano, visit- PHONE QUINCY 242-W : h.g his parents there. On their re- [] LINOLEUM  i CHOOSE YOUR PATTERN[] FROM OUR LARGE STOCK!'- INLAY OR PI-NT [] 6 - 9 and 12.foot widths B_ turn trip they stopped in Hay- ward and Mrs. Ragsdale's little =dater, Deanna Lee Furr returned with them for a to weeks visit. Mrs. S. W. Phil'pott of Okla- homa City, Oklahoma, will arrive Expert Guaranteed Laying,,  . .N NkOP.F. BABY DEBUT a !  /NDWI Infants' and Children's lT FOR TH& NIGHT.. Quincy Furniture  m APriL 00;Oi Handmade Specialties PHONE QUINCY 242-W m m iinch Bldg. Res. Phone 63-J FOR FREE ESTIMATE : SUSANVILLE i 7:,'X StudebIc.r C=s & Trucks '- Friday for a month's visit with her son, Quinto Philpott and his family in Greenville. ,,,,. ,,,,., ,, . od  orberg and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Carter spent the weekend in Oroville and Feather Falls visiting friends. -.r. :r.d }.rm Stanley Nagler have as their guest her mother, Mrs. George Dosch of Sacramen- to. Mr. Naglcr's parents. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Nagler of Sacramento :vcre their guests last week. Mrs. Francis Schultz underwent " minor operati, on last week anrJ ,;as confined to the Batson Hospi- tal for a few days. _Mrm Cy Hall entertained Mrs. Dunn District Deputy of Quincy and the six officers of the Tay- lorsville. Quincy and Greenville Rebekah Lodge at her home Mon- day afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. N. R. Capitanich of Stockton arrived Tuesday to THE INDIAN VALLEY RECORD spend a few days at the Bill Hall 'one. Marlene and Gayle have been visiting with the Capitanich in Stockton for the past week and returned home with them. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hall with Ralph Lozano were weekend visi- tors in Sacramento at the Bill Reardon home where Ruby Lo- zano and children Bud and Leaha Rae have been visiting the past week, all of them returning to Greenville Monday morning. They report that it rained there Sunday. John D. Smith. better known as "Smitty," is leaving on Monday for Pittsburgh, where he will be hospitalized for some time. While he is gone, Harry Rucker will ope- rate the shoe shine stand. "Pat" Manning has returned to her duties at Ayob's Department Stores this week and looks qui.te THURSDAY, JULY 13, 1950 pert following her recent major operation and hospitalization. Mr. and Mrs. Deryl Conrad spent the holidays camping at Mount Lassen Park, where they had an appointment to meet Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Wolters, who were also to be camping in the area. However, it was reported that the quartet never got to the same place at the same time. Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Humphrey of San Bernardino are now making their home in the quarters over Manes Funeral Home and replac- ing Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Smith who have moved to Susanville. Mr. and Mrs. George Naseath have returned to their Greenville home after spending a couple of weeks on business and pleasurain Modoc County. TEETH /1551NC,. MAN, AhA i LUC, KY- i WAS ONLY btlT By tou Schur4N, F. W. LOOSLEY INSURANCE SERVICE CARL'S SHOES ROblee. Buster Brown - Airstep JUSTIN &. HYER COWBOY BOOTS LONG'S SHOE STORE ! Fine Footwear for Men, Women and Children HOSIERY Main St. Phone 84-B WIRTH-MILLAR Hardware General Electric Appliances SPORTING GOODS PLUMBING SUPPLIES Main St. Phone .3-B MOUNT LASSEN SHOE REPAIR mpt Service to Out-of-Town CUstomers and Mail Orders Gay St. Susanville I)ealers in Builders' Supplies & M. CARPKNTER SHOP Cabinet Work - Glass Wrk Sash and Doors 292-B 807 Union DOYLE MOTOR CO. t)ales -- FORD -- Service I:)R/:) - and 1W_ERCURY Guaranteed Used Cars Utility Trailers - Truck Beds ... TIRE RE-CAPPING '- WINDY !NDUP  .... ,, ..... _ -.::::., (Nothing too big or too sman)- = i:/,.j// ,/ mtOGT BEAUTIFUL DkN4:) Phone 108-B 1329 Main St.= |W)'// '5 /lr YOU V: DiD 6E.Ti -(/./ 'l,,.  / , -= -9- /.,: . .: " , . /.', #' ' ';, : .:'/l , J' ;'",",  , , 1 LASSEN PROPANE CO. -= '" ' Z / , , L.P.G. INSTALLATIONS " i ....... ,, .,, 2011 Main Street . Phone 153.R = .g,A j.;/ r , Trucksin Westwoodand : ' /' "/ '.'.,-: i! .... f . .... Chester every Wedneay = I//  ' I,'///d$ Glasses Fitted and Repaired I Office Hours: 9-12 and I-5 i III '- __. ....... i __ _ - .................. Telephone 247-B B I TABOR & ROBOTS = lurl, uUNU ___ Spray and Brush Painting - eV$ m y /y' e)/Y0U'RS SURe lV ,eJ Phone 143-R 935 Main st=-  A FRESH. )(ANt) FRESH.fl l STRIclrI.Y FRitH/ /" CmUSTIE . FURNITURE STORE 608 Main St Phone 35-B= Susanville, California i SEWING MACHINES ,'- Sales & Service . All Make.m Rentals - Parts - Service i m BUILDING MATERIALS s ' nsuIationEASySiding- andBrickTERMsRoofing & Asbesto:i _ q'_ _;. -'l E ............................... IY  WIImh 1"o SEcu ye-r/! ..::-. , , -" - . L I . II I :'I I   : ..... " .  ..... ,.'N 295-B LASSEN HOME SUPPLY| 611 Main St. 916 Main St. Phone 296.Y m_ 0ROVILLE [] m I CARTER STUDIOS FINISHING FOR KODAKERS -:- COPYING - ENLARGING : FINE PHOTOGRAPHS I1t'0 Monty Street Oroville, California DR. A. Z DIETLE OPTOMETRIST tl iiiil Hllill n lUlllllllt State Theatre Building 1461 St. Phone 150 HECKER'S SHOE STORE "Service plus Quality" FINE FOOTWEAR for the entire family Lee Hahn Oroville IACIr CONNER Watches- Diamonds-Silverware EXPERT REPAIRING 2055 Bid Street Phone 818 BEDFORD'S Watches - Diamonds Jewelry . Silverware REPAIRING 119 W. 3rd St, Chico, cak YE GIFT SHOPPE Cards . Stationery - Ceramics qIS -OR ALL OCCASIONS West Third Street - Chico BLUFF FICKERT'S We have what you wat in HOME FURNISHINGS Ihone 200 Red Bluff THE CALIFORNIAN STYLISH MFN'S F2EI,MA SHO Main Red Bluff PAINTS. WALLPAPERS '- Deterents - Disinfectants Soaps - Wood Preservatives TOPSOL COMPANY JOHN M. MOORE Chewy - Olds - Cadillac B "The Best Place in Town to Buy a Car" Tehama Co. Dealer Ph. 166m m [] When in Red Bluff and your car acts up - call 'on B HARRIS MOTORS Chrysler- Plymouth- DeSoto Phone 712 Main & Union RUBY LEE'S SADDLE SHOP - CUSTOM-MADE SADDL]iI and A(Y-SOLES Louie Rtnglero, Saddle Maker= 624 M Street ........... Red Bluff'- By Jay i,//!i i/,i !? Li!i 7 !