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THURSDAY, JULY 25, 1940 INDIAN VALLEY RECORD I nTA XrAT T ~V ~e~n~Dlh me wlth ~er'f r a visit" ] P" c. Nye and Barbara Delavan[ I GREENVILLE ~ LJl~--JLA V. -JkL.d.L.dJL;d.LL Ld~t./~.IJLllo ~ ----. ~ drGve to Lake County last week and orreslmnd ]1 ~ ;~,;~ I l~ubllshed Every Thursday By . [ Mr and Mrs. W. H. Dolphin of| brought back Mrs. Delavan's son LAURENCE LOCT~NEY [Taylorsville were visitors at the[Gerald who has been with his MrScMUrlel M::tder ill. C. Neer home Tuesday. ] grand parents Mr. and Mrs. A. M. -- I ~ Larison. Entered as second-class matter November 27, 1930, at the post office at J Mr and Mrs Hu ,hes of Oroville [ ~ Mrs. Edward Snell and her sis- [ iPAL EUBANKS, Manager Greenville, California, under the Act of March 3, 1879. I " " ~ I |were callers at the home of Lola] Miss Margy Lanahan who works tcr of Sacramento called on the J. [i " - - C. Eldreds Saturday. tn ?.REENVlLLE' CALIF" I [Sorsoli on Sunday. They later at- [ a," the Happy Hollow grill in Quin- ---- ] I Cigars Cigarettes, Soft I Obituaries Cards of Thanks and all notices of entertainments given for [ tended the ball game at Greenville. J cv anent hart of last week here Mr.and Mrs. Fred Jackson and [ i Drinks, Pool and profit, charged for the same as other advertising. J "'.~ ,~ ~ " " l i ~ I wlc- her mother ~rs. l~uzzaaaer, daughter~ of Reno spent several il Oub Rooms l -- [Mr, and Mrs wm MiUikin andI ------ day of last week with Mrs Jack-In m 0opy for advertising must reach the Record office not later than Wednes- I children were down from Geneses I day forenoon to insure publication in the current issue. All communica-| ~ ~ o tlarold Dolphin and Melvin Edger- son's aunt, Mrs. J. A. Hardgrave.'l[ m floss and items of news must reach the Record not later than Tuesday J" ]man were in town Sunday from Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Harvey of I evening to insure vublication. AllbecOmmunicationsif must bearnot tothedoSlgna",~ [ Ta,iorsville: . S:~ cramentOgraves. Mr. areandgUestSMrs. Willis f the Hard-Hard. il Lure of the author, but will not Vublished requested so. [ S H Kingdon made a trip to [ i|Quincy Monday. i[ ~ grave spent the week-end there.|[.~ffi=- - Mxs. Gertrude Beem~an. spent II/[~|J~JJ~ F'|~ J'~d~J~ ! OUR FAR-FLUNG I to prevent them from boring from J ~ J ,Sunday wltnIrlenus in~leenvllle BATTLELINE within. This cannot be done effec- [ Mrs. Erroll Bates and Mrs. W.A.~ " Mrs. C.E. Yo-~n-g~-BillandMelvin----'--,---.-,~m--~m'~ ~ [tively though a trade agreement. Kingdon Sr. drove to Oroville I ------- Young, Mary and Lorralnc Trus-][] AN D~ Ill av. I c With the propomtion facing ~r~oi:iThcre must be military agreements. Imst Friday, where they visitexl rel-J "vVord from the G. R. Clarkes ~,el! took a trip to Crater Lake L I M B We ~OUntry of keeping the Monr, Adolph Hitler has made it clear in I alines. They returned Saturday" [who are vacationing in the eas t re last week" Bill returned to San ][j Put Your Orde ." DOctrine intact there must neces-I ~ ' ~ . Ill .r m ~ow ]For H ' ,his writmgs and in his speechesl ~ ]sorts that they are havin~ a "bi~ I, rancisco Sunday. ']~ Next Winter's Wood H Sarily be agreements with South ~," ~ A [that Naz,sm cannot live unless ,t I Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Sheehan [time. The card was sent from IH H merican countries, not only of ~n Ic~ntrols the world and it is prettyI spent the week end in Oroville IR;chmond Ylr~dnia Mr. and Mrs. Marcel McCutcheon Ill------ H economic nature but of a military l and children attended a picnic at ill Wood Yard Located Near Greenville Hot Springs ' ~genez~lly believed the.t he ~plansl ~-~ Clear ~reek Sunday, which was in UXnJH H" ~ature There is a great deal of] i ' to attempt to edge into the west-, ~ ~ ~. celebration of the birthday of Mrs. ][[ ~ ~ea coast to guard. V~th the ex-l r~, world through some point in' ~ l~attl~.T.~t~'m~ i]~--t~t~;--~t~ McCutcheon's Aunt, l~rs. Hardinl[lM0nt " UI"'|II:" t.ension of the Monroe Doctrine to lSouth America. The 0uty of th~s! =311111~./ 1NIIIN FIIII:IJ, I~.IIIIIPN Yaru lnelud,~ Canada it might be said| I I~-~V~ll~'i" v'~-~v~- ~./ .L ~- v~,/~,/~=l~I~J kerry of Susanville. t~ ~ ' ~" ~co-Jntl'y is to prevenz mm zrom: A ~ ~ nat this Atlantic sea coast reaches j ~ecuring military control of any l ----- ~rnost from the North Pole to the unt or an island in the ~Vest I Irene Largent visited friends in [ SO a is di I c~ ry, y,"AT THE SPECIAL MEETING OF 5earthat all cxpendedm nies for 1939-40 fiscal Susanville last week. She returned I u~n ~.'ole. fern Hemisphere. : THE BOARD OF SUPERVIS- not be cancelled and Tuesday. I re~ea'= primarily a~ ~e~many. *moll ~.~ ~.-- ---- ORS OF THE OOUNTY OF that all monies expended over the Mrs Avery S~n and daughter ]~ ~azts must kee out of the West ' M'I~LILlrLliI"qI= PLUM/kS, STATE OF CALIFOR- Budget be approved trn ~iemts he=P That takes in :I b~di~b~d~l NIA, HELD THIS19TH DAY OF On motion duly ~nade, seconded Carol Rae, have gone to Portland, ]l~ D| /t~Tl~ITD . p . ' n-" means that the] UWW W IFI JULY, 1940. and carried, be it resolved by the Oregon, to spend several weeks[J~ un ~ e J~ r,~. n ~:* o:, to~?,t.u:y~ =~ u ,~ i ~lhK~ The roll is called and there are Board of Superviso,'s of P]umas with Mrs. Sheehan's perents. -- v =, ~L~ ~t ~l tti=, m pu ' u-=oo ~,-us-~-, -- ~,o : ' ' ---- ' ke B ' ,l~ COunt-- is only a drop in the ----- present J' F' I* ' F" PauiY' C" C unty that the State Department Mr' and Mrs" Clay Sllgar visited []~ ~"'"A D ~I bucmk?.~,et u :y. S. Navy must safeguardI MrS.corresvondentLOUiSa Tanner Branley,E" Bl~ckman,chairman. J' F. Flanagan, J. P. to f Financethe Countybe requestedAuditor tOoftransmitplumas ~iayMr' anden routeMrS" fromFred GrtdleyC" Eldredto their [[~Sun" |[[~ .l~ ~ --=~ I~v ~] ~[ the Atlantic coast with particular ~ Motion mtade by Hoke, seconded County, the allocated $6000.00 for em-h "-'uth American Mr. and Mrs. Earl Hook and in-by l'nuly that this Board sdlourn the payment of Premium Awards home tn Mill Creek.Mrs. gllgar is |[~ " p asl3 m ~:ne ~o . ",BUIPWI~ISER AND ANII~ Mrs. Eldreds sister, v. ~1 Countries. There must be deals za.nt daughter arrived from Berke- as a F ~rd of Equalization :,r.d re- at the Plumes County Fair (August J]~ SEa-BUSCH BEER [~1 wit h~ g~u Am ca countries ley last Tuesday to spend several convene as a Board of Super',~s,;rs. 16th 17th and 18th) in accordance h t th eri n 7 Mr rs ' ' ' ~Vrereb troo-s--a- be h-~ed ~ays with her parents.and M Carried and so ordered, with the premium list as approved Mrs. Della Christensen, Mrs. []~ ON Dlt~UGHT If nece~ ~'~her:~=,'::tYe~ .~ ~ fueling A. J. Riehl. The following Bids received and by the State Division of Fairs and Jose ,-,^ ~ -Shultz and daughter Janette II~liB Foret-ng & Domestic wnxsz~e0 ~l~l ns, ai" rts, mil t grou ds ~ '" .~ po " ~u,-~,u ,u u :: v=~=a:Um=[e guests at the J. D.][~ All Kinds of Wines & Liquors ~] ~tatio t n flied for Quincy Memorial Ha'; Ex sltions rpo dry = Bid of Chas F. Unger $25822~ On motion duly made, seconded '][~[It$ Mrs. Valentine Znn|no, Prop. [] ,m Bid of O G Wardlow $24.19g 00 and carried it s hereby ordered nero w::[ no aouu~ De some secre~ wno nave oeen v]smn~ Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Barrett and I[~ C. Zunlno, Mgr. ~[ . - Bid of F. H. Neilson $25~67 42 that C E Blackman be granted a dipomacy between the U. S. govern- "Mrs. Miles Timmins have returned daughter of Sacramento arrived lib ~" e k9 Cert Check of 10 per cent os P.~d leave of absence from the State ment and the South American gee-to their home in the southern wart ti~ ~re n~ille Hot Tuesday to spend a week with rela-l[~ ,~r,;; eL yld~ eminent as see, e" di-lonutc-- will -" received from each Contractor, Bids for a period of sixty days and an ," ~ P Y O~ the ~tate.Tne women are sss- Lives and friends. ]1~ ,~zu~ ~z#~z~, ~zz. be . subject to deductions on Alternate extension of time be granted to necesr~ary in the big Job that :s te~. ahead of this country No. 1, 2, 3. Decision on bids la~ed D,strict Attorney Win. Macmillan I LEGAL AI)VERTTSEMENT One grave dangerthat exists to-Mr. and Mrs. Roy Foster of over until 2 p.m. until such time as he will be able .~ay ~s the overwhelming number of O~rman iVaz~s In South America. The Argentine Republic and Brazil have their share of those 1Vazis. l~,stimates are placed at around half a million in the two coui~ries. Plans ranst be made to take care of them- Sunday and Monday, she took him AUTOMATIC ELECTRIC RANGE and WATER HEATER There are countless extra "hugs of happiness" in a home com- plete and well equipped. There is more time for laughter and ayety and ioy of living when the "heart of the home" the aitchen has modern equipment that eases the task of meal- time preparation. Thousands of California women enjoy to the full the complete satis- faction of automatic electric cooking. There is speedy heat when fast seeking is aecessary. There is the big help of being able to put a whole meal out of sight and out of mind in the capable oven of an automatic electric range. Time and temperature controls act with unfailing precision when electricity produces the cooking heat. Thea to follow through the Automatic Electric Water Heater provides hot water for the quick spray-scald-and-dry disposal of meal-time diihes. Put these two electric helpmates to happier living to work for you in your kitchen. You can afford them. You should have them sow! SEE YOUR DEALER OR THIS COMPANY PACIFIC GAS AND ELECTRIC COMPAHY t~4W-?40 Delegation from Portola Fire Dept. appeared before the Board re- lative to an additional amount of $3,000.00 for the Portola Justice and Jail Building in the 1940-41 Budget W. B. Perry appeared before ".he Board asking an appropriation in t]~,a Budget of $2500.00 to expend f"r cutting down the reef in Ir,- dmn Creek below Arlington Bridge ~or flood control in Indian Valley-. Matter layed over untlll afternoon sess~bn. J. H. Stapp appeared before the Board asking for the construction of a bridge a~cross Spanish Creek north of Kegdie to enable residents living there to get into Keddie. Matter referred to A. J. Watson a;~d B. F. Pauly relative to right of way matters, etc and report on July 25th, 1940. Board adjourns until I:00 p. m. 1:00 p. m. Board reeonvenes - all members pre~ent. On motion duly made, seconded and carr|ed, it is hereby ordered that all County Officers be allowed a 30 day leave of absence from the State of California for the year of 1940. On motion duly moved, seconded and carried it is hereby ordered to get his 'release from hospitaliza- tion at Reno, Nevada. Motion made by Hoke, seconded ~y Pauly that all b~ds on Quincy Memorial Hall be rejected and Clerk return the certified checks to re- spective bidders. Carried and so ordered. Motion made by Pauly, seconded by Hoke that the Quincy Memorial Hall l~und be raised $4576.00 in brder to provide the total amount of $20,000.00 for said Building. AYES: Hoke - Pauly - Flanagan - Branley. NOES: Blackman. ABSENT: l~one. Carried and so ordered. Motion made by Blackman, se- conded by Pauly that Alta ~aitfor- hia an~ California State Chamber of Commerce be allowed $250. eacli out of Advertising lVun~. Carrtsd and so ordered. Motion merle by Hoke, seconded by Flanagan that the Advertisinw "Committee be allowed to spend $25.00 to distribute folders of Plum- as County. Carrlbd and so ordered. Board adjourns until July 25, i 1940. ATTEST: John Donnenwtrth C~unty Clerk and Ex-Offtcio Clerk of the Board of Supervisors of the County of Plumas, State of Ualifornla. NOTICE TO BIDDERS Notice is hereby-given that the Clerk of the Board of Trustees of i the Seneca Elementary School Dis- I trio will receive bids, up to and in- cluding August 2, 1940, for furnish. ing all labor and materials for the moving, alterations and repair of au old one-room school building, making it into a and kitchen, and the construction of nn addition thereto to form an ad. joining storageroor~ and "woodshed. Also the construction of a small porch over the door of the primary rcom of the school-house. The building is located in Chester, Plu- was County, California. Each bid will be in accordance with plans and specifications now on file with the Clerk of the Board of Trustees of Seneca School District at Chester, Plumas County, California. The Board of Trustees reserves the right to reject any and all bids Stneca Elementary School Board. Edith M. Martin. Clerk. Good Steaks Good Chops Good Roasts All Kinds of Cooked Meats The Best of Meats at Reasonable Prices Webb's Meat Market Pal's Barber Shop J. E. Stampfli, Prop. Greenville, Calif. Open 8 ~, m. to 8 p. m. Open S~turday~ 8 ~ m to 9 p. m. HAIRCUT 50e SHAVE 25o Ladles' Neck Trim 25e ATTEND THE Nine-County Amateur Celebration With Entries Restricted to Residents of Plumas, Sierra, Nevada, Placer, Lassen, Butte, Yuba, Te- hama and Shasta Counties. Amateurs Insure the Fun and Thrill of the Real Ranch Life. The Old West and the New West is the West's Frontier Town of P0rtola. ONE DAY ONLY I Confectionery GREENVILLE. OAIA~. Liquor Store DOMESTIC & IMPORTED WINE8 & LIQUORS Tom Ridinger, Gen. Mgr.----Arena Director Carnival - Rides - Concessions- Parade i I. O. O. F. Hall - Petrols SERVICE Motor Co. A. L FARI~ MIpe. GR NVlL AI,IF. FORD AGENCY