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-mL M) ,q C0. LIImAR VOLUME X GREENVILLE, PLUMAS COUNTY, CALIFORNIA, THURSDAY, JULY 25, 1940 NUMBER 44 ]F ' " "g M t ITh " [P lremen s Dance [Smmmm ee 0mas McR0ne 0rt01a Rodeo ' - I S Nightl At n t Sp ] C th[ S nd aturday 0 rings ailed By Dea u ay, July 281 ~| services, under the The annual ~ ~" -- |Fire Department will sponsor a lville .Hot .Springs, announces that it.ices of the Sincerity Lodge of Ma. [held Sunday, July 28. With a line- |dance in the Greenville town hall, f a swlmmmg + contest will be nela [sons of Greenville, were conducCed ] up of riders from a number of Three vases, each with a you ai wlu De a special ampmy Dy the .qunda night Jul 28 between the| north " [ |Saturday night, July 27. }" Y ' Y ' Wednesday at 2 p. m. at the Murray ern California counties, the quet of flowers, will be given away lFGrest Service; and another of[ An advance sale of tickets is be-ih urs of 8 and 10 o'clock. Swim-Puneral Parlors. for Thomas Me. Ir de promises to be one filled with aa door l~rmes by the Indian V~lley old, heirloom vases and flower con m.n races and xh bit ns w I b rr w~ h g e i o i 1e ] thrills from start o f .~ " ~ . ] " . " ling ca ied on, "t results that I ' " ~orie, who died, Sunday at his t inish ~rden Club this coming ~unaay. [tainers. each wire a ortef history I~^ -^'d "~ be vow" -^': Iheld in which the boys and girls l -'. Tom Ridin~er ~ - ~ Jaly 28th at their annual Flower ]of its wanderings. Other novelty land =ch =ill assmeXa Z~ca~:L~ l fzom the Indian Valley and the ln me.~n t~'rescent Mms I~ ,owang a trodeo states that ;#e~-KT~t ox tne The show ,will be held rom ]d;splays of flowers and bouquets, [ Music for the dance =ill be sup-[L,ake Almanor t.gion will partiei-lit ~h~'Jd:::ased was born in Scot-]w!lJ be limited to rid:rs~7~ap~n=v ~. to 6.'00 p m, in the Grange l as. well as pottedplants ana terns, ]plied by Ray Horne's Orchestra of ]pate. l land 81 years ago last November. a~, Sierra, Nevada, Butte, I~sen, ~all at Tay orsvlne. |aze Demg ptannea. [Chtco. The dance will start at 9] The races will include a 40 yard I I~c came to th~s country when atShasta, Tehama and Placer coun- During the afternoon a program ~ At the close oz ule snowmg the I m and run until 3 a m |dash fox. boys a 40 yard dash for i ties These r~ders do not folio~" th~ v ' yuu.g man ~nu n~tu beena |'esl- w c ~'lll be presented, and at 2:45 there Isums. [PIOK'S-AIJ TARS [boy, and a 40 yard back stroke [~n n,=+,~, ~+ Ithe ranches work With the h,~r-~= Will be a showing of women's hats I Everyone who is mterested in see- ] INVITED TO REDDING |sw|m for girls There will be a ]' + ~ -.-:-t, .~.o. land have not - ~mlda~t~~er~o~se~:/t= I iL~yii~ w~sicflhoWre:~l~n:gn!~teW~ad [ Gr eWenDv~llePt~;t~:g, P:=~=tto:, wt~ l ::Gr~;~e2!ie or~f:e:e~rWY~ rb: hlnld~h~ns: I ~~!ii:ii~Y:o~u~ltlefere;, M!iI ; i~,dn!i, t h~o wte s~bi~i2i~i!h~!ii Of interest to the public in gener o ower SHow asked to have his team pax~icipate |races the boys and girls from the Th o "l " I + tM.~rian Taresh of TavlorsvUle' Mrs i e pe pie of Portola ha'~e been " ]|in the Northern California District||Lake Almanor district will contest I Georgie Pierce of Susanville one iwearing western dress for the ast ~- |,I P m. ~ ~lrF } lrsv . ~ I,+ Ison, John Mcl:torie of Crescent, s ertiae the show, Softball Tournament in Redding on with teams mede up from the boys two week to adv -~ t Ju]} 29 and gi, Is from Greenville and Tay and ost r =~,~, GAMESIWIIII tm I I llnl/t/ [z'[ ' ! : "Ill, ills and several grand children. [ p e s have been spread from I V! JUUt|~IL| Jte~L~Ul||q/td|l~[ Pick states that since the ffirls[l rsville. ] Interment was made in ~he Cres-ISusanville to Marysville and from (By Ed~ddalen~) ] 1 Ihave only been organized for 80[ Elmer Harris, athletic coach of leont Mills Cemetery. irene to Red Bluff. In~ close game with Gra? Flat [ Announces ~+, they will be unable to attend l the San Franc+sco school depart-[ -- I The rodeo grounds have been last Saturday, Pick Ptckering s All-[ ]the tournament this year. |merit, will assist with the meet and I'ROTARIANS-EI~T-ER-TTA~ [placed in first class condition for ~taxs came out with a 1+5 to 14 vie-I [ --~.--, I,A A ------" |wil! stage a boys and girls life say- I DAUGHTERS WEDNESDAY ] the show, and so many contracts t The me la ed on Clark's SCHIESERS TO LE VE lin~ exhibition during the contest I Ihave been sl~'-'ed +~--- ', '-- ry ga ' P Y " " I 6" ~"~ ~ w.~ De ne- --" [ ",|Clarke states thatthepublic I The m~mbers of the Greenville cessa to run h William I GumocK oI ~unsmmr SUNDAY FOR CANADA ,s F~eld, was unRaverusea. I ~ I t t ry t e chutes at full Bxtnday, the girls travled to Quin-) ~u r~n rl .ze~ Ln~^fu~llea.: ? o.t n]st.~ -I 3~'r. and Mrs. A. J. ~hleser plsnlinvited to tht wimmi.g .~ow a.d ]Rotary club held a fathers' and |%last to give all the riders a chance. ~ ~ ~ .u~ ~ -- ~ ~-~= - ~ that n h r o ! ' t~ - ~'"a took Rowse's Tuff|ca 26 to I I to leave Sunda~ for Seattle W~sh- o c a ge f r adm sston will be daughters luncheon program A reded dance ~dll be held' Satur. d blyman from Lnstrict No. z In tnts - made ~Vedne~da day noght, July 27. . . v'ce~ s msue ot the rtecora. ! ' ~ Istx of th Rot-r| ~ ! - The new pitcher for tne team was j ~ ^~. ~ t + ,~ I Copper Mountain, British Columbia,~,e a arts w~, + accom- I ~- J~ekie l~llenger. I I~n CM.nada where the will vi|lt[GR]~-'-'NVI~ GIVE~ Iranied by daughters of their oW~]F avd a member of the /~rotherhood Y oth o r' " + . . C~ ent wore Aline Johnson Harlene ~qth her bare hands made by Fay I h "1 e ~will meet them in Seattle. Mr. and,I,I rt,|T war an~ servea overseas wart~ + ! " ~r " Tresaurer, Indian Valley Branch l~.athows Peggy Cameron Justine ~[~:" ordy accident of the game U S. ~Tavy: He .ls a member ofl~;~ ~hi=?r will be gone for as-[American Red Crotm IDeal, Anne CRssell Barbara West,] League .aseva. t tl c American L,egaon, belonging to ' tatt received by one of the ~oul I " r J o---~--------- [Greenville, California [Marlene Farrester Joan Scruggs,] -- " v pps v'o~t, ~o ~z~, ~unsmut,a M De M " l~l| that landed on a Quincy cat-I o-- f IAMANDA RICHARDS DEA~D,y ar rs. ChamberivJn. [Edith Olivet', Helen Ayoob, Mary[ (By C. H Geil ) ,member or me raternsa rner o This is a not to acknowl " " black e e was " I ~,~,~r,t.r,e edge car. Lindstrom, June Oliver and Nadine Onl two eher. Edith Howell s Y I ~o~w~t~ ~u.'z- / } y games were played in ' ~agses or L~u rlsnlttlr aria ~ cnsar be i ~ce|ve~l Friday in a practice game. I. ;. - [ n copy of your letter of :luly 18 IBrown. ]the Feather River circuit last Sun i The tm-~re from Greenville was lman or me ~lSXlyou county aemo-|Mrs ~manaa rucnaras ot uei-|to Mr. Batly transmitting check ] Miss Barbara West made a talk iday. Keddie.Graysflat Went to ~' " "HIcKs. ~~rat~~c~mm~tteein~938a~d~929~~de~d~edJu~y23f~~~~~i~`ah~art~+~r$1~~5~f~rwarre~iefH~ resigned from thl. position to attack. / n vocational o ortunittes for[GreenvPP file and ran Into one of the " " have lost but [,| The Indian Valley Branch has girls in which she outlined the vat best ltchin r To.