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INDIAN VALLEY RECORD THURSDAY, JULY 25, 1940 m .--- CHRISTMAS TODAY Gusets at Forest Lodge are cele- brating Christmas today, July 25. This Christmas celebration is an annual event at the lodge and tn- "1 IMBER SALE AREAS ARE BEING INSPECTED QUINCY, July 24.--Timber sale areas in the Plumas National For- est are this week being inspected I~oard feet of timber has been cut on Plumas National Forest timber Sales. This cut has been made by eight lumber companies from fif- teen different Plumas Forest tim- bel sales. "Forty million board feet of lum- FIVE NEW CLASSES FOR 1940 STATE FAIR SAC,~'.AMENTO, July 24.--Five new classes and the re-establish- ment of an old favorite will aid the horse show at the Californiaa State MOUNTAIN LION : ATTACKS FOUR.I'OINTER ' QUINCY, July 24.--It is not al- ways young deer that provide the r~eat diuh for California lions. Ploof of this is reported by ~VIa.~- SAVINGS INTEREST NOTIC~ INDIAN VALLEY BANK On and after July 1, 1940 inter" cst on savings deposits will be paid at the rate of 2 per cent per antll~. Cecilia M. Chamberlgi$, by Assistant Regional Forester T. cludes a Chr!stmas tree and the D Woodbury of San Francisco, in ber," Parker states, "is enough lure- Fair, Au;~ust 30 thru September 9 .herd Pattan, Plumas National For- Cashier. 3t d~stribution of gifts as is the cus- charge of Timber n~anagement in her to build six thousand houses of at Sacra~aento, to retain its placel(st Lookout man on Dixie Moun. tern at the regular Christmas sea- the California Region. The Plu- [sufficient size to comfortably as the premier of such events on the Itain" ,~,~ ,~ 8on. " mas National Forest it is stated [?~ouse 30.000 people." The total cut[Pacific Coast [ It was late afternoon. Pattan *n~, r~D~*~ -----~--~@----------------'-- i~ now selling, more timber than [anticipated this season from the ] Ineh~ded in the ~ew classes are lTM attracted by a sound coming,------- .---o,t ~- . . " ' " . rJaving urchased the eqmP"~ l~]~l[tE FROM ~ny of the other National Forests[flfieen Forest sales is double thm three for Palommos: Trail, pleasure, Iflom the rugged mountam slopes o" *h- xT ,P .~ vt" Sal0~, TENNESSEE in California amount, Or 80,000,000 board feet. [~ud parade, with equipment in thela short hstance belo ~ t e loo out ,^~ any I Is" "o GI n "n that wa he w 1 Will not De responsioa+ +u* . . On the Forest Service hmberI ~ ~ ]latter el,'Lss to be of par.~dc type. i +l:Ir~' m -a'n~+:g "i- "e-y ue:s-a- indebtedness incurred by the f0r" Visiting here from Clarxsvillesales mature treesto 1~e cut are I The other two new classes are Ia ge .ou am ~ on ~ ap p~n a eSJ ," f~ mel management of the buSS ' Tennessee are Miss Delma Batson.marked slash from logging opera-[FAIR PICTURES ]for Ha.?kney ponies and the T. H. [ ur post buck. -- -ning Mzs~ Maxy Batson and Miss Pauline 'tions is piled and burned during TO BE SHOWN HERE[Ramscy Memorial class, known as[ Pattan called loudly He was so Do',A" ~ A?~ j~fl~ 18, E~atson, aunt and sisters of Dr. W. winter months" seed trees and re- [the "h,tckamore" class.The ol t]cl ee that his voice carmd to the, 194;.~ I ' '4~1~ tW ! " ~ 0. icombatants The lion loo~ed about I P imary Aug ST, 1940 C. Bataon of Greenville. Mr. and production are protected so as to[ Moving pictures showing thc re-[class of "musical ~hairs" has been |," Mrs. C. S Finch entertained for provide future crops as quickly as ls,)urces of Plumas County, will be ]put back in the program, according |~nd shmk away into some brush. ~" o ~ The buck also sought cover but them on Monday euening. Th se possible. By this method, eontin-!shown at the Greenville Town Hall[to Kenneth R. I=amn'ai:er, seere~ [ " ' . POLITICAL ADVERTISEM'~lq invited to meet the visitors included [ uous lumbering- with its consequent i .~ August 19 states Supervisor J [ ta"v-maneger of the fair due to re- |accoromg ~o l-~a~ran ms movements M~s R L H r r Mr n ~' I .~ ' ' eat ~ ' irdicated that he had be~n injured a me . a d Mrs. I erf~ployment and stability of corn-~, t~ranley who wH1 have charge~[ P~ ed pophlar req~ ests.[ ' A,- ty the big eat A later effort to M. O. Scruggs, Mr. and Mrs. L. O.I munities, results, l bf the pictures ] nether new featu 'e of the s~iow, I ." - r h a tr~ ck the hen down was unsuc Groy and Mr. and Mrs. Laurencel ~. A. Parker head of Timber[ The ~)i-tures are being showulalthoughbeldinfrontoft ear hi-i I - I " ' " ~ " co~sful states District Ranger Ben Lockney. IManagement in the office of Forest daily at the Fair on Treasure Is-lstandratl~erthanintheho~eshow| I J* P~ ~t~Ll~ i @-'--~--- Supervis r D" N" R gers f the [ land and will be br ught t PlumaS a'ena' will be the Herbert Schaps l'~eard" I I :~~1[$ I !i!il?~!i::~ox~i~:i!l~huth~!h: t !!~n!y:ib!2~i:t tth: ~Y [ M:tm!u:::d: i;:!Sr en~!cm.PfnfHirV~e!! [l~,':rS]jrDo:km~a~:d:fonM.ilf:~'e:no~ Candld:I=~==:lectt a t Mn:s. l~h E. Kampschmidt enter-[. ~~ . ICT=eolrd;::d=tthe aw r,1 the her eI~:~;anwlle' were in Greenville Men.I to the Office of I d ' e Wednesday Sewing I I Ir " 1 SUPlqRVISOR 1 [ ec ving the highest score in l ~.:mo rms Wve~. II I Ijumping competition at three Calt-| Max Hartley of the Red & White'. I District No.$ I "---'-----~'~'-----" |l I ifornia horse shOWs will be awarded[Stere departed Monday for a two 1 I It ELMEn l IAflfltS ! o PlumasOounty p yea seas n. ' ' I SPONSOR COUNTY SHOW ~ [ -- II .1 ~, I I~ 1 ~l ~'l ~ II ! Harry Incell, a San Francisco Th I -- VITAL STATISTICS e ndian Valley Garden elub[I I lattorney, wa.sa gxmst of Mr. and will spencer the flower show to ~ell ALMANOR, tALIF. II orn, July 4, t~r. and Mrs J il~rs. M. D. Ayoob on Saturday il~eld at the Plumas County Fair in II Iw. Carroll, a son " "[ ~'~ II AYIdllllffl/ tf Allldl I I i Mr. Mrs W arson ave I I] II Alfllkl lll II l orn, July 10" 'o Mr. and Mrs. itaken an a artmeat in San Fran- ~plUA~ II~ II.il~ll~ll~i$ ! il . I |Casey Patrick, a dau'ghter, Jenntelcisco where they will be for the [ ~lr'l~]@l~@lll=llAII~ll~s | Gatl next six ,zeeks Mz Parsons who Known Throu hou Plum~ I . SAN FRANCISCO SCHOOL DEPARTMENT I* I- ' I,t I "'- tt ------ IL taking treatment for a throat 1 County as I 5110D 0Den From HI [ |ail ent s repo e i ~ro ing 1 | Born July 19 to Mr and Mrs m 1 r"c d m v I - " ~ll IWoodrow Hen~sley, a son, Fredl . " I "GREENVILLECHA"I2~X I U 8 A M TO 1111 N A :---- I "- IILewis. I Frank Pratt, Genesee rancher. UYV ~,UII~tU~,LIII~ ~,ld~C:D Ill has one an F ~ Candidate for I It --- -Cocoformedi I I n~wrf~n,~ rffi,~.ffi, fill ' I[ Born, July 25, to Mr. andMrs. ~ca! treatment. ~--~.~, l "''~~ * * " "~ "~* * '"Harold Wickman, a son, Harold' = .I I REENVILLE lilt Swimming and Fancy Dmng ] 1 o.o,l, 2':ogo=o === Vo,:o I o ' 2 fill II CURNOW-EVANS RANOHESI -- . ~.~ s I Hazel Bowerman 25 years of swimming coaching and teaching ]I ---- I Mr. and Mrs. Horning are stay- ~ i::' OWNER-OPERATOR UII in YMCA's, Clubs and Public Schools I| = rs. M. E. Folsom of Reno islmg,at the C'urnow ranch for a few I HAROLD J. POWERS I II IIv'siting her daughters, Hrs. P. R |weeKs. I I ! II IIEvans and Mrs. George Curnow at I M --r" ~ w-= . I (Incumbent) I Ii~ I It~ i rs. A ols ~. ~ml~n, or ~an l~'ran ll i! ~,l ] :e]r Genesee ranch homes. O~her[~:~fn .~,~,~ ~ Candidate for ~o~'~-~o~ ~ I ~ll~I ~ ~ I~l~ []| . I:S te :S atathe EvanSe E. G. Folsomand CurnowIsiaYand yh 1 at the Sch~es:r~ho:~e h~ I the O,:o7" IL $,trlg ,I, ,I. . Ix i c the schtcscrs are on a vaea- I . I t WILMA BARRI~ Plop. It/ll Ilaau.ghter E-dna Margaret of Renoltion trip in Canada. Mrs. Smith 1 ~,'al''. ~E~,U~ ! Illll Ikl~lll Aar~i~ I I[and a niece, ~arllyn Barton of LOsland Mr~ ~ch;e '~*~"- District No 1 I SPECIAL 7-COU]I~IE DINNEl~ lllll I|Angeles Metier, Lassen " lunU~,li~~ . ~~-------- and P : : [ III I I lwoo. SAL - I co i K II Nllndav lilly 'I|II T TII'Nq I .' n II M,r. a,d C. A Reynolds ell All ki l ,f wo,d .i, ieng b :I " J If:: r"- u j "-"-' /I l J14- l-, IIM rt,nez, rents of Mrs. E. T I .i. ',c 'iile i' O ,I I . IIIII /'li i]l 0 v uul IlXunzler, were week-end visitors atlL~ i" ~ I I IIIII o Ibhe Kun ler ranch,l -,rown and vv1~, white, roached, bzanded Quarter IlJll ACROSS FROM GRAMMAR SCHOOL I / I ' 1 ~ I !/ fi Illll I l~l Circle B. Notify Chas. Evans, I . [ IIIII .O.RS o TO O I I INDIAN VALL .Y GRANGIe i ichmond oad, Susanvilie I I L,B, AIISTIN I IIIII II I ca[if, 2t* l ( nmdato re l I. .' ' III I I No. 4s9 I II : Meets nd and 4th Tuesday evenin s FOR SALE C lEAP 800 watt 32 -- !11 Find new comfort this hot weather with a i ! - ' g i ": - I I I t ~olt new moael automatic Deleo Ill I I of each month at Taylorsville l I I I [ N'EAL ST Light Plant with thzee motets I ~UP T ARK, Master " ' ' ERVISOR I IIII O.ART PERJ~ANENT WAVE I/ ~ ~ YOUNG Secretary I"~ to 1/4 H. P. Radio and elec-il .PV.RVmO:V, I/ l*'"v" llll $3.75and$5.00 :=::: II ,erosomc p,ano ]n sto I Prim t $I BREAD, of *i,e In;llan. ,alle; Orange I a e mu " * ' I-' I Election AugUst $l II I A. ew Dellclous mead for IIII I IM A o I st be sold, te s nke rent l I I m -- ---- eets Evel ~o a .- ~,~,-z,- -- All bhe Family,- " to responmme party for tnfor- I Monih . i Fortified W'" IIII Have the BEAI]'rY era soft, lustrous oil wave II ] mation wrlte W. o,o oo .0.I I ' " ' I Main St Susanville Caltf 3t WII~AT GE][~I t an 1 MARIAN 'PARESH ~ere - . Ell that only especially oil-trea ed pads c g've / / tary. i " " - i'; i Contains Vltalns J~, ]~, aria ~t, ilia / |----~ I~ |1 !I~I IvitaThis Flourbread whichiS bakedcon.tainsWlth Get-the II/lii ~SK FOH A DEMONSTRATION OF THE NEWEST METHOD l/ [~/NOTICE. TO CO-OWNER OF ~IN -,il R ELZ rASSEMBLYMAN ~ii' I II In I,I, o CLam TO CONTRmUTE'I I concentrated vl~lns found 115 ~ I i o -- " . IBAKED AND] SOLD AT" Ill I I[I Greenv. Jlle, Callf. Ill You andeachofyouarehereby[~ Siski ou Mod nltY notified that I have expended $1000 I Y,oc, Trl IND|AN VALLEY BAKERY n nmr c Ln ~ ,o lab~rand improvements Upon] Shasta, Lassen, Plumasa~d ! 1 Ili I~ ~ ~ ~~II~ ~ I I"VaIley View" and the "Valley View [I Sierra ~ounties ; i: I1 ~m, i [ ITunnel Site" quartz mining claims, [] ~e~ !~' oil-- --. -- I Ic lifornia, Record's; that said o.-II . I ~ Deposi~ Insured by The [~1 II ~ - ---- U ~L I Ail Work Unconditionally Guaran-Il:enditure was made by me in order I I IiI un.gn o CII I iteed 'ewFloorsLo d OidFloors *o hold sald prem,ses under ,o I. I . I . I ' ~ i I Cleaned and Vv'axed Sa-aoa - I! rovi'Aons of section 2324 Revised Corp Washington, D O I " ',-~ ' " " -- I iStatutea of the United States, be-[ q "" 111 l rnnnc m rnn I Headquarter:l=cnQu?~]itY Market II $5,000 Maximum In~m'a~ I I ~. ~ i i i ~ i i ~ii~i ~ i I a~:o. M. HUNT, Prop. |.st, 1931, 1937, 1938, 19o9 and 1940. [ I ~ i. i " III ''" I P O Box 18,IAnd if within ninety days from the for Each Depositor I 6 GreenvllL Iservice i /~' I . o, ~ ~ oo,oo o. w o, ~.NLOCX [lI &11 lrk Tlr'~lr lr'~ #~I I ~infnetydays ater this notice by[- I III/IllUav II II t/,|r-] l Ipu -ncaUon, you fail or refuse to' or~unsmmr . | We Apprec Your Aeoount II ",I II I1 I P/ i SINCERITY LODGE icontribute your proportion of'I FOR,i, Wh he, o, Sm,]lli .I I i I J/ Z I No. I3,F. a A.M. Is,oh expenditure as co-owner,'1 ASSF.MRLYMAN" | Hill OatUlU ty """ I ~~ Meets Second Friday Iy ur interest insaid claim will be-li Second District I I~ ' ~11 -- I /~'~ "'i h ~,^ icome the proper~y of the subscriber wD ,~ I ! I~ * llI .-. . . - . I /e'~-~kz~ g ~ oz ~acn ~u lup.der zald section 2324. [I . !~ I[~ ~11 .1 / / 1 ] / I ~ v at 80'Cqock. ' Dated" July 18 1940 [ Tuesday Aug. 27,I I~ I .1: ~T n n,HII IHIT~'II'ITrt~EIIT 1II17'1T MI i S.F. LUZZADDER, Master. ~,INTO.N NEER Co- owner. I A TRUE DF~J[OC'R~ ~ / ] I~ u,a. va.ey ~anK |Ill ~vvz J uuuJ lilVlt I W J HALL Secretary Published July 18 to O:t. 17. I , Comme, al lll I 1 The Biscuits andC0ffee Will be Hot i T cLEAN AS A LILY :- II I epen u/n TheLlly--drlpplngwlthfr'hdew--gleaminginltsSllver'l~" II II ' I. ~ ters--is Natures symbol of utter cleanlhaess. [ j-0.~m / ~[ ~ cleanliness in clothes. Our more modem, more complete' prO",i I COnwr, II I I ~./A t ~,~; J ~ ~'~ eesses mean so much to the life and looks of your elothes. ,l'lleY,I add so much in earanee and cut so m e f cloth ~ ~~ app ! ell rom yollr I w.=.=. III ~ ~os~/~~o~ budget, you musttry us for your next laundry job for surpri~|ll' II ""'-"'" "' ,T~Ha] ~" '" ~~ -"'" '' i ,o I/I See Max, With the Red and Yellow 1 I ,INDIAN VALLEY I! !,- "'" Truck Every Thursday and FridaY / i I SWIMMING P00L i/ ' ]ODOBUSINES$, :[[ ,R ENVILL ADVERTISE Phmas Laundry- P0rt0a