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,.. i  HE INDIAN VALLEY RECORD THURSDAY, AUGUST 2, 1951 I I YOjR USF, D CAR slent at home - assure ,ou o,o._00b!o se--,oe 00OR,O00.O00OR 1947 PLYMOUTh S. i| ULUXE $1185 4-Door Sedan, Perfect Condition; Has Radio and Good Tires 1947 CHEVROLET SPECIAL DELUXE ................................ $1240 4-Door Sedan: Good Tires and Uuholstery, Radio and Heater; Motor Perfert titAN4 VISIT ANDERSONS Guests were numerous the past few weeks at Anderson's Last Re- sort. Mr. and Mrs. Carl McCown and family from Benecia spent a few days visiting the Dave Ander- sons. William Baker of Vallejo and Jack Heinz of San Francis- :o visited at Anderson's Last Re- sore. Mr. and Mrs George Heat- ley of Hayward spent last week end visiting the Andersons. Mr. and Mrs. L H. Walker have re- turned to Vallejo after spending wo weeks at Anderson's Last Re- sort. Frances Cotter and Larry Olsen spent wo days visiting the Andersons last week. Mr. Grover :erring of Oakland on way from Lake Tahoe resorts spent a couple of days visiting at the D. J. An- dersons summer home in Hawn's 5eadows. IAPPY BIRTHDAYS: TO: July 27 ........................ Bill Stafford July 28 ............ Barbara Jean Hall July 30 ................ Barbara Conklin July 31 ...................... Verna Wright ,ugust 1 ................ August BIzjack i Nancy Bridgman i August 2 ..................... Eva Cumins i E Friends and relatives away from I CRESCENT MILLS YOONG WOMAN'S CLUB MEETS The Young Woman's Club met July 23 in the home of Margaret DeHahn, at which time President Elaine McLain appointed commit- tee chairmen for the dance, but the date was not decided on due to conflict of other activities. " The members voted to hold their annual picnic at Lake Almanor on Sunday, August 26. After the busi- ness session was concluded the I I meeting was adjourned. While the 8 members and thre guests waited for the hostess to serve refreshments they were en- tertained by Jerry Bacher, who read "The Morale Builder," an ar- ticle filled with laughs as well as of food for thought. I plenty The next meeting wil be held at t the home of Tivvie ._____Fuller" VISITS IN GREENVILLE ] / Mr's. Allen Clinton Miller, 11, wife of Lt. Col. Miller, is visiting Col. Miller's mother, Mrs. Mar- garet E. Miller and Mrs. Cecilia M. Chamberlain, his aunt. Mrs. Miller flew out from Ft Bragg, North Carolina with her two small sons. Buddy and Billy, and little daughter', Virginia. Clinton, as he is known in PLUM/IS THEATRE GREENVILLE, CAL. - Phone Week Nights---8 p.m, Saturday, Sunday2, 7, News by The Indian Valley o Thursday-Friday Glenn Ford-Rhonda Edward O'Brien in THE REDHEAD AND THE Saturday Only Steve Cochran m HIGHWAY Also Rex Allen in REDW'D FOREST Sunday-Monday Au Doris Day Gene Nelson LULLABY OF (In Technicolor) Tuesday-Wed nesday A NEW LASSIE 1949 DODGE -TON PICKUP .......................................... $1485 4-Speed Transmission; Heater, Seat Covers, 6-ply Tires. 1700 Actual Miles; New Car Guarantee 1941 MERCURY STATI0 AGON .................................... $1185 New Motor and Clutch; Two New Tires; Radio and Heater; New Paint. A Good Buy 1937 DODGE 4-DOOR SEDAN. GOOD TIRES Reconditioned Motor. This Car Must Be Seen To Be Appreciated ,,, !i .[ You Buy The Tires And We Give *ou The Car iL't=: I6;':I C H E V R 0 L E T .................................................... $265 IF WE DON'T HAVE ilT. OR IF YOU DON'T SEE IT. WE'CAN GET IT FOR YOU-NEW OR_USED[ SEE GEO. BURTO OR 1/MPLOY ON DUTY! New Cars Also Available home are always glad to receive i the home-town paper. Send them I Greenx, ille, will come later to take a gift subscription to The Record i them to his new assignment in Pasadena, where he is doing spec- --'""! ial work at Cal. Tech. He is a 1941 Special DeLuxe 4-Door Sedan. Has Radio and Heater; Motor Needs Working On. A Good Buy At Only $265. No feed at any price can produce more eggs than Albers EGG MAKER. This feed is getting top resqlts for thousands of Pacific Coast poultrymen today--econom- Burton Motors Phon 90-M ically. Albers EGG MAKER gs an .,f-t, economical feed because it is rich in the nutrients which keep hens in good condi- tion and keep them laying more eggs. Yet it costs no more than other feeds. Give Albers EGG MAKER a trial, Drop into our store or call today for delivery. , or Niqht g'aduate of Greenville High, after- wards graduating from West Point. - VETS HOSPITAL SEEKING VOLUNTEERS TO AID BLOOD RESERVE C. J. Gallup, Plumas County Veterans' Service Officer, has re- ceived word from the Veterans Administration hospital at RenD, Nevada, requesting blood donors to replace blod used by veterans at that facility. Records in Gallup's office show that over fifty veterans from Plumas County have received medical attention and hospitaliza- tion at that facility during this year. Any person desiring to do- nate blood may do so any day of the week from Monday through Friday between 8 :'30 a.m. and 4:30 pm., at the hospital at 1000 Lo- cust Street in RenD. If six or more donors intend to go, arrangements can be made through his office for appointmnet on any Saturday morning At the present time, Gallup stat- ed, one veteran from Quincy has received four transfusions since July 20, and several more will be needed before his complete re- covery. This veteran, Claude A. Langley, works for Dupont and Buus, here in Quincy, and is re- covering from a major operation. For, any further information please contact the Veterans' Ser- LARGE BOX ARROW SOAP ........................ 13c SAVE ON No. 303 CANS DEL MONTE CORN .......... 5 tor $1 12-oz cans PENT HOUSE EGG NOODLES ........ 10 cans 50c BEEF ROAST .................... 65c Ib S & W COFFEE .................... 85c It, SIRLOIN STEAK ................ 89c lb .RIB STEAKS .................... 79c lb' PORK CHOPS- SATURDAY- 65c lb WEINERS .......................... 55c Xb BACON SOUARES ...... . 23c xb FRESH LETTUCE head 5c FANCY CARROTS bunch - 5C L A R D ...................... 5 lbs 95c COME AND SEE OUR BIG TOMATOES-- AND AT A REAL BARGAIN PRICEI Baked Custard with Fruit (30). Mix eggs, sugar, salt and va- nilla. Stlr in mixture of milk and water. Pour into 4 custard cups hold- ing about  cup each. Set in pan holding an inch of hot water. Bake 45 rain., or until knife inserted near outer edge comes out clean. Cool; turn out and serve with the fruit. Makes 4 servings. You Will Need: Sego Milk, Eggs, Vanilla, Fruit Cocktail MYRTLE GLENN has enjoyed her PAID VACATIONis now back on the job, trying to get caught up with her gas bill; now Leona has taken off on vacation, so we are working! We will have as many barqai ns here as any store- come and see! Our daily prices are always right .Specials are riqhter! M DRING ALL DAY SATURDAY!ASK FOR YOl TEKETS ON OUR HA Lindscw GlennWorks '  " *:: ..... Now and Then THE PAINTED ( In Technicolor) Installation and Free Estimates ii0WERY'S Phone Meadow ValleY DR. A. T. DIETL] OPTOMETRIST i i i llll i i iii$i iii lllllltllllllllll State Theatre Bldg, - 1461 Myers St. RICHARD R. I.ICENSED SU Surveys - Maps - Legal Phone 378 Subecribe to Your ooooooooooooooooooe4 FURNITURE Re-Covered And M IR ACL: vice Office, Courthouse, Quincy or phone 6. MOSELEY & GRENKE c T. and Vera Gordon of IAnd- Phone 47-M-2 Greenville say were visitors in the Valley on Monday of this week. oooooooooooo mIBIBIIIIBIeIIBBIBI|IB|IBBBIBIIIIIIBIBIBIIIIII|IINII|IIIIII this is the qreenville's modern store for modern shoppers but prices reminescent of the qoo d old days FRIDAY-SATURDAY-SUNDAY w SNOW WHITE CAUUFLOWB ............ head 19c M ESH BAG POTATOES ................ 10 lbs 45c CRISP AND TASTY LETTUCE ................ 2 heads 15c GOLDEN RIPE BANANAS ........................ Ib 15c LOIN END- PORK ROAST .................... lb 49c CENTER CUT PORK CHOPS .................... tb 65c TENDER BEEF RIB STEAKS ....................... lb 59c FRESH BABY NU-LAID EGGS ' doz 49c Free Pickup & Service Every Phone Greenville 1326 Main St. AUGUST TENDER, JUICY SIRLOIN STEAK ................ tb GOLDEN STATE ICE ................ qucu't 19c BRAND FROZEN VEGETABLES l JUICES .......... SOLID PACK DAIRY BUTTER ................ tb DELRICH COLORED OLEOMARGARINE ............ u GIANT SIZE TIDE SOAP .... pkq WHITE CAP SHORTENING .......... 3 tb tin 14-0Z. BOTTLES Del MONTE CATSUP ........................ 2 for FARLEY'S Stores at Greenville and Keddie, : . YOUR HOME-OWNED sToRE0F FINE FOObg ii ;-:. i ..... Store Hours: 8 u '8 la- Wd:.Da,/a -- 9 To