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Close , n, through DeHart's telescope did not disclose DIAL PHONE CHANGEOVER run of gremlin or evi- TO BE SLIGHTLY DELAYED of powered flight! DUE TO COMPLICATIONS Delay of a few weeks in the Latest reports are to the changeover from manual to dial that Adiai Stevenson is telephone service in the Green- certain to be a candidate ville area, was announced this the Illinois Senatorship next week by A. W. Powell, Susanville the blessing of Averill office manager for Citizens Uttl- and his followers, ities Co. It was previously stated would, of course, leave by company officials that they in a nice position to expected the changeover to be his neck out and seek the made this month. spot in the same "One problem that has arisen President Ike ranks to occasion the delay is the With the public since the conference, but will necessity of installing additional from committing lines between Greenville and ATTEIm Y0tm PLUMAS COUNTY FAIR THURSDAY THROUGH SUNDAY. Exhibits Galore -- Top-notch Entertainment Loqqinq Championships Rodeo Racinq Horse Show Staqe Show Vaudeville Carnival - Livestock Auction etc., etc. (For details see advm4tsement on Paqo Four of this issue) GREENVILLE TO BE SERVED SETZER SPONSORED FROM OROVILLE OFFICE OF BABE RUTH TEAM EMPLOYMENT. IS DECISION GAINS TOP HONORS That Greenville may be served In a close game played on from the Oroville office of the the Westwood diamond Tuesday State Department of Employ- night, the Greenville Babe Ruth ment was the decision made League covered itself with glory, JANIA BRIDGMAN WED TO LOS ANGELES MAN IN CEREMONY SUNDAY Miss dania Brldgman became the bride of A/1C Jimmle Dean Anderson in a double ring cere- mony at the Comm unity Church, Sunday, August 7, at 4:00 p.m. The bride was given in mar- riag9 by her father With the Rev. H. H. Hughes COnducting the ceremony. Mrs. Larkey was organist, playing the wedding march and accompanying Mrs. Hughes, who sang "Always" preeeeding the ceremony and later "The Lord's Prayer." Miss Bridgman was beauful in a white ballerina dress with a form fitting bodice of nylon lace with three quarter length sleeves and tiny collar. The ballerina length skirt was nylon taffeta with an overskirt of nylon net dotted with rhinestones. The off the face shoulder length veil was also of nylon net dotted with rhinestones, secured by a crown of matching net. She car- ried a bridal bouquet of white as a candidate for re- until he feels such a is again demanded by the or he feels "the call of Many are hoping that Lee Bracken of Utah in the contest on the Susanvitle," Mr. Powell said. "It following a hearing held yes- was originally intended to tie the terday in Quincy. new system into Quincy for Among those attending the "operator service," but due to meetig which was arranged by the fact that the Pacific Tel and the Plumas County Chamber of Tel is now planning on installing Commerce, were Albert T. Tie- the,dial system in Quincy in the burg, area manager for the de- not-too-distant future, transfer of if Ike declines to run, partment and his assistant Mr. there is some talk of a move operations to Susanville became Morgan; Asserrrblywoman Paul- Senator George in on necessary," he said. ine L. Davis;' Supervisors E. J. slate. The building housing the dial Humphrey and Jim Cloman, and equipment has been completed Chamber Secretary-Manager Jack the disclosures of fraud in Greenville, and installation of Co]llns, who presided. defeating the Indiarts by a score orchid and white stephanitis of 5-3 and assuring themselves shower ribbons on a white Bible. of top spot in the league stand- Miss Norma Bridgman, sister ing Jerry Vick and Clifford Holt of the bride, was Maid of Honor served again as batteries for and wore a pink and white nylon the local squad. The team has played a total of 12 games, includin only three losses during the first half of the season. Cy Hall, assisted by Bob Murray, has managed the squad throughout the season. expenses being borne by Setzer ballerina length formal with headpiece of ruffled nylon net and flower and carried a nosegay of pink carnations With white bovardia shower ribbons. Bridesmaids were Shirley Gie, sick of Redding, wearing a lilac nylon ballerina length formal, unemployment eompensa- facilities as now underway, but Forest products, sponsors of the and Gloria Cervantes of Reno, Program uncovered recently has been somewhat slowed down Explanation was made by Mr. aggregation. Other teams patti- in an Aqua nylon ballerina length is some possibility of the because of engineering delays, Tieburg of thepersonnel prob. cipating were the Westwood formal, with matching headpieces old.age pension system Powell stated, lem existing in this area, and Braves, Westwood Indians and of nylon ruffled net and yellow scrutiny.., the ac- New numbers have already it was decided that the Quincy Chester. The local lads also carnations. Each carried a bou- COuld well be extended to been assigned to the Greenville office of the department would played non-league games with quet of yellow carnations with federal set.up as well, Era- area, and new instruments will be maintained, but that Green. Susanville and Quincy tearns, yellow shower ribbons. payments into be installed throughout, the lo- ville might be serviced by a field Following the winning game Flower girt was Nancy Ms- have increased some cal manager said One and two- man from the Oroville office, Tuesday, Manager Hall was pre- ginnis, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. tce 1936, and recipients party lines are being installed while Portola and Loyalton are sented with the official winners' Jess Maginnis, of Greenville. receive approximately 1 where requested, while the bal- to be serviced from the Susan- trophy on behalf of his Green- Nancy wore a blue nylon dress What they did when the ance will be four-party lines on ville office of the Department. vflle Babe Ruth League. over yellow and carried a bas- went into opera- a dual,service hook-up, he added. Personnel of the local league ket of yellow and white petals are worth much All numbers in this area will included: Bob Welsh, Glenn Peck, with yellow ribbons. than they were in begin with either 2 or 3 and will CHARL ALLEN DIES AT Seymour Smith, Jerry Vick, Ken- Mrs. Lawrence Bridgman, .. And how[ consist of 4 digits. For long- SANTA CRUZ HOME ON neth Sanders, Ronald Turner, mother of the bride wore a bige distance service the exchange THLqDAY, AUGUST 4 "Butch" Youngman, Bobby Glb- faille dress, pink split carnation dweller in will bear the prefix of "BUtler Charlie Joseph Alien is re- son, Johnny Murray, Clyde Wa- corsage and pink aCCeSSories. the other 4," which ties the service in with ported to have passed away at shoe,  Garrnan. Clifford The groom's mother was ur mattress on the national dial setup, Powell his home in  Santa Cruz last Holt. to attend the wedding due to he shovedthe mat- explaine& Thursday following a short ill- i L I I illness. Serving as best man was Carl shower stall and .-v--- .... ness. He was 82 years old. VOTEI CAN REGISTER Wagner of Reno, and the ushers on the davenport. "0 Mr. Allen was a native of the AT COUNTY FAIR BOOTH awoke to find his bath- It is gratifying to note that were Delbert Bridgman of Green. ablaze in a Record publicity gets results State of Kansas, moving to LOIS KIHRKR ADVISES ville and Kenneth Sanders of eventually spread to even when they're not called or. Seneca in Plumas County in buildings ... Last week's announcement of 1897, where he met and married was he just stupid, the arrival of "Blaze" at the the late Carrie May Dunn. He fatigued? Somewhere Philpott home resulted in their was a miner and prospector in s a moral to be drawn! receipt of one pair of boottees the area for many years and is and a number of congratulatory to the prlvl, cards, we learn with delight! many to take summer  The passing of another era newspaper peo- may be noted by the recent dis- it difficult to do--the position of Joe Goodhue's Chev- of The Record is anticl- rolet Touring Car. The vehicle 'aking off" Friday thru has been companion to Joe for Labor Day weekend 31 years past and is much better known to many for his violin playing at old-time dances in Seneca and vicinity. He moved to Santa Cruz in 1921 where he operated a wholesale cut flower and bulb business until he re- tired in 1945. Surviving h are 3 sons: the state fair. The preserved than many later rood- Clarence, Roy and Albert, all may be repeated the els now in use. Joe drove it of Santa Cruz; a daughter, Mrs. weekend when the Pac- slightly over 20,000 miles during Florence Kauf of Ohio; a sister mechanical conference that time, and has finally waded Elizabeth Newcomb of Oakland, Place in San Francisco. it in to Russell Motors for a and nine grandchildren. Will be our "vacation." pickup which he may find more Funeral services were held in don't be disturbed should useful... Maybe it'll eventually Santa Cruz Monday, Aug. 8,1it-  i the door locked and the wind up at Harold's Club along in the Oakwood, sign hung out. wlth other .4-wheeled souvenirs, Arrmements have been for the handling of voter - istrtiotm ttt the County Fair this year, according to Coun- ty Clerk Lois Kehrer. Only 5,29 voters are now on the registration rolls of Plmnas Colmty since the for- mer regtst was correct, and many more should be ad. ded before the general elee- booth is located nexb to the C1mmber of Commerce booth In the main exhibit bulldog. ]For the benefit f those who fall to take advam" rage of the fair boot tratlon ean be made in and. m%or otthe eoeaty ele la aktey. Twain. The bride is a graduate of Greenville schOOls and for some time has been employed in Reno as Dental Assistant to Dr. Sha- rer. The groom is an A/1C trom Stead Air Force Base at Reno. the Air Force. The church was beautifully detted With imskets ot white lighters were Donaldene Career. on in light blue and Sue Brtdg. man in light yellow. Over 125 tri and relatives of the newlyweds attended the reception held in the Social Hall after the