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Page Four INDIA N VALLEY RECORD UYLOXS0000E NEWS ;( FIRST LU22-IERAN CHURCH RETURN TO BURBANK : RALPH KRUGEI Pastor Mr. and Mrs. Robert Deal Mr..and Mrs. Fred Cranda Box 893, Quincy- Phone 213-R left last week after a several home here. Those from here going over ! to attend the Funrral Sunday" foI;th - late A. C. Detlino:er. were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Taresh, Mr. and Mrs. John Hardgrave and children have moved from Sunday Worship Service 9 a.m. the Genesee Mill to their former (At Greenville Legion Hall) horrie at Grants Pass, Oregon Subject: "A Weapon to Con- :Mr, and Mrs. Riehelew canto quer Unbelief" up from Manton and spent s_v - Sunday School 10 a.m. eral days last week at their Walther League. first and third Sundays at 7 p.m. Ladies Aid -- Special meeting August 15th. 2:30 p.m. at Quincy Church to discuss fair booth. Regular meeting Aug. 19th, 2 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Butt Wilson. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Peter and "Rc,.mber the sabbath day and ]k's, Edna Fisher and Mrs. Aide keep it holy." W'here are you Sorsoli. days' visit at the Greenville home of his sister. Mrs. Lois Schultz. Mr. and Mrs. V’illiam Schultz are home after spend- ing a couple of weeks visiting at the home of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Deal. Kingsburg. Mi Barbara MeCutchcon wmt to Sacramento Monday. She vwas accompanied by Mrs. LaVerne Ryan who caught a bus for her Monticello home. Mrs. Ryan MARION HAIPOLE VISITS spent 10 days here with her { relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Marion ttarpole Mr. and Mrs: Ray Sweeney and family of Seattle arrived on and sons had as their dinner Friday for a visit at the home guests Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Bashaw and children of Emmet Harpole and sister Lin- Quay. de, and to renew acquaintances Mr. and Mrs. Alexander. son with many Greenville friends. and daughter, of Watsonville. recently called on her mother. Kathy and Louise Johnson to Ruth Clar,,.one of Harris girls San Francisco after spending a whose parents" had a store in month here. Taylorsville in the 1860's. Mr. and Mrs. Lauren Hinz and NOTICE OF INTENTION TO ENGAGE IN THE SALE OF ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES' Auwast 8. 1955 To whom it may concern: Subject o issuance of the ]i- cerise applied for, and commenc- ing not less than 15 days after spending Sunday morning? Are the date posted, notice is hereby you in church? Join us in iven that the undersigned pro- worship. Visitors are always poses to sell alcoholic beverages welcome, at these premises, described as folrows: 308 Main Street Greenville Plumas County, California Pursuant to such intention, the undersigned is applying to the Department of Alcoholic Bever- age Control for issuance on orig- inal application of an alcoholic beverage license for these prem- ises as follows: ON-SALE BEER LICENSE Anyone desiring to protest the issuance of such license may file CRESCENT MILLS NEWS A. S. Sheehan, of Oroville, and ASSF.S WORK father of Cliff Sheehan, arrived last week for a visit with his Notice is hereby given to wha son and family, it may concern and to the est Betty Sanders and Lela Reith of Ray L. Develter, that Erne N. Develter and Elton R. Dew were visitors in Quincy Monday ter, as co-owners of the.- fifte of last u':k with entries for quartz claims described bel0 the Plumes County Fair. did', during the year ending. 12 o'clock noon on July 1, 1 Bill Bonham arrived over the expend in excess of $1500 in weekend from Red Bluff to visit bar and improvements on su with Corenne Sorsoli. and other claims, and the estate of tay friends and relatives, for at Develter is required to contribU least a "week. to them its proportion of t said expendtmre within 90 da Mr. and Mrs. Cal Riley, ,she after July 15, 1955, or its inl was the former Mrs. J. Murray, est in said claims shall pass law to said Ernest N. Devel of Paradise California were visit- ors Sunday at the home of Bill and Rosa Haker. Gene Openshaw. Doug Suvant, Joyee Camp and Alice and Jim York attended the rodeo at Loyalton on Sunday. Mr. "Mac" McLain was home over the weekend from his em- ployment in Loveloek. Nevada. Sheryl, Marion, Sonny and Wayne Sorsoli left for San Fran- cisco on Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. A1 Nye and tam- a verified protest with the De- fly, Dick Nye, Mr. and Mrs. Bill partment of Alcoholic Beverage Nye and Sharon picnicked at Control at Sacramento, Califor- Taylor Lake on Saturday. nia, stating grounds for denial Tony Buseay was in Reno the as provided by law. The premises are not now licensed for the sale first of the week for a medical THURSDAY, AUGUST 11, ,at NOTICE TO CO-OWNEI c00trrE TO ANNU0000: II It DI ii i • | • i• i• lu B • ll I• .| • i • "" W | • and Elton R. Develter.  • 8.5 Said claims are located 1 if the East % of Section 23, t h° " " 1t West % of Section 24, the  ; NW Ό of Section 25 and the • • NE /i of Section 26, all i ; ; T 26, R 8 E, Mount Di >10 .• Base and Meridian. They a • • known as the PickawaY " ° I-I Group, the Alnus Grou ," •" and the Aureus, • • No ERNEST N. DEVELTNI  • ELTON R. DEVELTER .., ! P. O. Box 245, Corntng, CIW | t t (Publish July_ 14 thru Oct. t | | | Just marl us $1 and we'll sts9 |  t The Record coming to you  I I arly 104 weeks of inforn,u! | 1 important to Indian Valley- | --- - il G i | Mr. a, nd Mrs. George Young Mrs. Andy Taddei made a trip of alcoholic beverages. and Bill Young of San Fran- to Oroville last Sunday. HOWARD ALLEN ctsco urge'here for a few days attending to business matters. Tamara, Richard and Corey Wright accompanied their grand- mother, Mrs. Helen Shlells, to Orovflle where they spent the past we- Mrs, Lotfle Stampfli and I dauther of   " . u. anwe visited Mns. dna sher. coming over to :'..: Presidents visit 'l'hursdav evening: Mrs. Ethel Hard ravc and Dvid and Gordon accompanied by Mrs. Dorothy Monahan of Porto]a were overnight guest:q Tuesday of Mr. and Mrs. John Hardgrve. David nd Cordon remaipffd With theh- grandpar- ents. so they can attend the Plurrms County Fair. Mr. and Mrs. Vinton Pearce spent Saturday in Red Bluff. Mrs. Rachel Kelley of Green- vllle visited at the John Hmxl- Grave home Friday. Ren0 visitors Saturday were Mr. and Mrs. Bert Awbrey and Sharon and Loretta. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Brooks of Loyalton vsted Mr. and Mrs. Charles Toxesh and Mr. and Mrs, Bert brey Sunday. Mrs. Brooks anti Mrs: Taresh are sisters. Mrs. 'Erma Fream of San Fernan " was an overnight guest  ," M.rs.";: Donna Dolphin ThursdaY, hey', re old friends both ber 'D. D. P. together 11 years ,ago. Mr. and Mrs. "Dec" Mater left Friday on a 10-day vacation. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Waits of Burney came Sunday and left Monday after a visit with her son. Fay Smith and family. They were overnight guests of Mrs. Edna Fisher. Mrs. Else Hanson arrived Monday by bus from Petaluma for a few weeks visit with her daughter, Mrs. Bill Young and children. Mr. and Mrs. Wynn Dwyer of Los Angeles stopped by to say "hello" to Kerrrdt and Henri Flsier on their way to Seattle. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Frobost, daughters, visited Mrs. and friends Thurs. Aug. 3. Rae be remembered as eof the Savercool twins of Modesto). a great-great grand- left Men- checkup at the Veterans hospital. Chief of Police. is visiting l'l  Mr. Steve Neilson. Martinez Bill, Buford for a few days.  | ! | ! | ! | ! i ! 1 C To Th F a" ome e lr August 11 Thru 14-Quincy WHOLESOME ENERTAINMENT FOR GROWNUPS AND KIDS, A ROLLICKING FOUR DAYS • THURSDAY • "THE CURSE OF AN ACHING HEART'" A hilarious, old-time melodramal HISS the villain - CHEER the herol • SATURDAY & SUNDAY • MOUNTAIN RANGE RODEO Six thrill-packed amateur events. Ac- tion. Spills. Everything you want to see in a rodeo. Two afternoons. Plus trick rider and novelties. • DAILY • • FRIDAY • SHOWER OF STARS Comedians, an international pick- pocket, musicians, dancers and much much more. You'll be su/'prtsed at the unusual quality of this stage shawl • SUNDAY •  HARD TOP RACES Reckless cars, fearless drivers. A fav- orite entertainment feature of past years. You asked for 'ern again! • FRIDAY • THE WHEELERS RANGE CATTLE SHOW Marim] maniacs . . . international An unusual insighbinto Plumas Court. music stars. Tops in London, Pans,|W econy--commercial cfle sh0ra Ls V'eas, Havanal ,Musical fun for | and judd in an enertaining manner. everyone. ] . .Stars, at 2:00 p.m. Frid! • SATURDAY • PACIFIC COAST LOGGERS" CHAMPIONSHIP Oympics of timberdoml Plmas Court" ty s own show. A fast-paced entertain" ment feature you'll want to see! /$ ' • DAILY • THE THR]00 ACES Phenomenal feats high atop a 125" foot sway pole. Two men, one woman. One of 8 such acts in the U. S. today I i • DAILY • IUNGLESEUM Wonders of the jungle presented atl circus wagons. Favorites at o th° er fairs. A kiddies show that Will have grandpa laughing, tool ,