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.... paqe Two INDIAN VALLEY RECORD % THURSDAY, AUGUST 11, 1955 I I iiiii THE INDIAN VALLEY RECORD PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY NIGHT Entered in the Post Office at Greenville, Plumas County, Calif. Second-class Matter under Act of Congress of March 3, 1879 THELMA A, JOHNSON AND E. NORMAN JOHNSON Owners and Publishers Adjudicated at Quincy, Calif., Dec. 29, 1931 (Decree No. 2591) =// , ,, , , ,,, , ' SeeAr d" I1 OHn IOWH BY SARAII SIIAFER Miss Betty Vick who was in a ear wreck tst week was not seriously injured but will be un- able to work for some time due to shock. Kathlcen Norcum is att:nding "Handy-camp" this week at Camp Alexander. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Piaster made a business trip to Oroville over the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Waits wer  visitors in town over the week- end. Mr. and Mrs Roy Tompkins of St. George, Utah, formerly of Greenville, were in town last week on business. They have s01d their home on Setzer Road to Bert and Velma Plaster. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Riche- r lieu, accompanied by Mrs. Riehe- licu's par ,]is, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Co:ter of ;ama Cruz, and Mr. and Mrs. Pai.-.  Christie of Marys- ville, have be,.,.,? vacationing at the home (,f ":,.zr. Richelieu's ........................................ ton, Wisconsin, has been visiting for the past month at the home of her daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Wilson. Mrs. Shirley Ridge and son are spending this week at the home of her parents, the Henry Vicks. Mr. and Mrs. Gunnar Berg of Oakland were weekend guests of Mr and Mrs. Joe Slapnik. Mrs. "Bud" Edmondson re- turned home Friday from Red- wood Cily where she was called due to the death of her grand- tool her. parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Richelieu. During their stay they enjoyed a Buffet dinner honoring Mr. and Mrs. hi. W. Richelieu on their 32nd wedding anniver- sary. A potluck .';uFp::r attended by 25 of his fricnd3 was h:7:_ at  e Round Vallev I.ar_ in honor of Delno ?eMuI?en's birthday. Those in attendance were: Mr. and Mrs. a. C. Wright and lam- ily, Mr. ;:,.rid Mrs. Jim Wilson St. and family, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Wilson Jr., Mr. and Mrs. David Shafer and daughter, Linda Tatro Pat Norcum, !rs. Fay Cunning- ham, and Mr. and Mrs. Delno McMullen and family. Mrs. Julia Stefferud of Cash- HAPPY BIRTHDAYS August 8--hW Kampschmidt Iv), Mac Rathbun. August 9- Helen Stephenson, J. H. Goodwin August 10 - Linda Marie Tatro, Joyce Podoll, Mary Kaye Thur- man, Joyce Wiley August ll---Chester Toscani August 12 --- M a r t h a Barnes, Carol Walters August 13---Loretta Mae Awbrey, Carol Wright A!NIVERSARY CONGRATULATIONS TO : August 11--Mr. & Mrs. Forrest Gorbet August 14--Mr. & Mrs. George L. Sobrero,Sr., Mr. & Mrs. Johnny Fry A Good Turn For Motorists Most people consider a car the second- biggest pttrchase they'll ever make. Any- thing that extends its life or improves performance naturally contributes to your pocketbook as well as your motor- ing pleasure. Since our new "Detergent- both, they're prime ofStandard's planng fO you. These new gasolines madq cared plant eall Standard has b_itt 4 rmke the ner-g mo - fiaels required r- foriceof y's higher cmlressian program was two years in an(] bhillg'cost $50 n. This $50 million worth of plants is only part of the $350 million Standard is in- vesting this year to make petroleum more useful and plentiful. Some of it will go for product research, part will pay for new manufacturing facilities. A good share will finance the search for new sources of off to help supply the 733 gal- lonS a year per perso n that go into thou- Unds 0foitzborn pr0clucts essential to modn tivlng. 1 is an investment in as well as outs. It's ofie way guarantee that therei plenty of oil to do more jobs today and in the years to come. CALIFORNIA You bette00 Word has been received that Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Reynolds of Blythe, are the proud parents of twin I:oys born July 12th. The boys have been named Terry Lee and Cerry Glen. Mr. and Mrs. Reynolds are former resi- dents of Greenville. Michael Allen Stevenson was born in the Seneca Hospital at Chester on Saturday, August 6. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dale Stevenson of Green- ville and weighed 5 pounds. Twin sons were born to John and Ruby Spear, at the Batson Hospital on Thursday, August 4. Daniel Otis weighed in at 4 lbs. 9 ozs. while David Joe checked in at 5V_, lbs. Mrs. Spear's moth- er, Mrs Melissa Davis, was in Greenville in anticipation of the big event. Richard Wayne Peck arrived at the Batson Hospital on Tues- day, August 9, weighing 7% lbs. He is the son of John arid Trudy Peck of Greenville and has 3 brothers, Glenn, Bobble and Donald.. Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Shelley of San Francisco are the parents of a baby girl born July 31st She has a one-year old brother and Mrs. Shelley is the former Nancy Hardgrave. C9IENDAR OF EVENTS Every Tuesday, 2 to 3 p.m. -- Representative of County Wel- fare Dept. available at Justice Court, Greenville Every rednesday, 12 to 3 p.m.-- Representative of Veterans' Service Office available at Jus- tice Court, Greenville. Second and fourth Tuesday each month--Driver's licenses may be obtained at Justice Court, Greenville. Third Thursday of each month, 7:30 p.m.--County Republican Central Committee meets in Supervisors Rooms, Quincy. Second Friday, 9:45 a.m.--Navy recruiting officer at Greenville Post Office. Wednesday, Aug. 17, 1 p.m The Indian Valley Garden Club will meet at the home of Mabel Taresh in Taylors- ville for potluck luncheon. Visitors are cordially invited. Friday, SeoL. 16 -- Soroptimist Benefit Dinner and floor show for benefit of baby resuscita- tor for the new hospital. INDIAN VALLEY GRANGE No. 439 Meets 1st and 3rd Tuesday of each month at 8 p.m. in Taylorsville C. C. EDMONDSON, Master PAUL A. BUSH, Sec'y HARRY WELSH, hal! mgr. Indian Valley Post N. 568 AMERICAN LEGION AND AUXILIARY Meets 2nd Monday or each month at 7:30 p.m. in Greenlle Veterans and service men welcome SINCERITY LODGE No 132, F. & A. 1VL Meets 2nd Friday o each mont at & p.m. in Greenville Vis[ting Brothe Weloomel TRNT" DIVAN, W. M. HERB]SRT HOLT, See'y LO,O,F. fiG, Zss Meets 1st and 3rd WedlaesaYS at 8 p.m. in Oddfellows Hall Visiting Brothers Welcome ARTHUR CUMINS, N.G. CHAS. WKLTERS, Sc'y Bert Holt and his friend Swayne of Reno were in Greew ville over the last weekend to attend the wedding od Jania Bridgman and Jimmie Dean An" erson. Mr. Joe Slapnik had his tonsil removed last week. Last report is that he is still under the doC" tor's care The answers to everyday insurance Problems* QUESTION: A one half carat diamond missing from my ring. I'm sure it wasn't but someone told me that had had Theft insurance Cornany would have der the pearance" clause. Is this so ANSWER: No. In almost all Theft tries stones in pieces of ry are specifically from coverage under the terious Disappearance A Personal Jewelry policy can be written to that type o loss. *If you'll address your own ifl" surance questions to this offi we'll try to give you the correct answers and there will be charge or obligation of any EDWARDS, GEIL & Quincy Phone 68 _ Greenville Phone 22-M-3 NEW SQUARE BOTTLE