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tm-00 . tAYI, OIVILLE IEBEKAH " E H(rrs Erma yream of San Fer- President of Rebekah lMy of California made It vttttt here Thursday evening lit a formal meeting held in the Hall. llt. Mary Rewcastle, of Gii- toy, tary of Rebekah As- llmbly was a distinguished guest tts were: Past Presidents Mrs. Hake and Mrs. Alice Shultz. 'rfmre were several D. D. Pres- Meats and appointive officers of h assembly present and were e.eorted to a seat of honor, Eleven different lodges represented with approxi- mately 150 attending. A banquet held tn their honor at the -- Lodge tn Greenville where were present before the for- ceremony. A monetary gift was presented am and it was a Wish- , Wen from the Plumas Re- bekah Lodge, Quincy and Tay- ]rlrville Rebekah Lodges, with {Bh three noble Grands, Lois ey, Ieo Maier and Margurite C..maklng the presentation. drill team, directed by D0n Dolphin, performed cred- ibly. They were all drs - Il,,fm white formals with orchid mlfl pule streamers, the lodge ors, Mrs. Dolphin presented each wlth an aster coraqe in e two colors. On the drill team are: ]arv ICrug, Ruth and Lu- t, IIh Sd Anne Gates. Marie Bm'soli, Mab,q Taresh. Lillian Clark, Lois McCuteheon, Leta Itockey, Margaret Youn, Mar- tha Rush, Florence Tremavne, ]BnrbAra Foster and Donna Dol- phYn. The F/all was decorated with mchId and purple streamers and the flwers were the two colors of adtoli and phlnx. After the meeflng'cake,- coffee and tea were ervefl. KEND AT ",rEBBER A shor but enjoyable week- end 'ip was made last Friday by th Kenneth MeIntyre tam, fly, to rebbkirLake, near Tahoe. Mklng up the party were Mr. and l(rs, lVcIntyre, Tom, Susan, al and Joe, and their house 'glk*sts,Kelmeth and Katherine Walker. Ienneth and Katherine 'are Ien Mclntyre's niece- and nephew, and are visiting here .from Sacramento for a few W.ks. GREENMAN HOME BURNS The Chester home el Dr and Mrs. R. A. Greenman was bad- ly damaged by fire on Tuesday of this week, it is learned. Their car and garage, where the fire was believed to have originated, were totally destroyed in the blaze, it was stated. .... , ..... ,---r,, Y a/COaD HOSPITAL NOTES Among those reported to be enjoying the hospitality of the Batson Hospital the past week: George True, Jack McNaughton, Leo Hannon, George Couch. Rea Harrison, Lucille Roulsten. We join their friends in wishing them all a speedy recovery. CHECK YOUR ROOF THURSDAY, AUGUST 11, :.. o o . . o .... 0 =_-_______=_- :_2 -_-_-_-_-_-_-_- needs. Pabco is quality in  roofing -- Protection for DANCING UNDER THE STARS NOW-- years to come. WHILE THE WEATHER Call for free roofing estimat i hi hLMhNOR INN ] ,o ...........  ,o, .o, om. --'"" I V4EDNESDAY- FRIDAY-SATURDAY ! -""""'"'"'" o, F oIc,00 MILLER COMPANY ][ TACOS MEXICAN rOODS [[ ! ENCHILADAS - TAMALES - BUltRETAS - CHILIS  G e 'es - Hardware Sporting s  From 11 P.M. to 4:00 A.M.  S & W Paints - G-E and Sunbeam Appliances Phone 1-M Corner Main and Crescent Greenville | TOM t',, , :,"" ,WrATI(' TIMES: lV,Week Nights -- 8:00 P.M. ts -- 2 - 7 - 8:30 P.M .: t,  7:00 atd 9:00 P.M. UGUST 11 THRU AUGUST 17 ';: ...... Thm.sday and Friday gner John Lund Jefrey Hunter ,; 'rhnteolor and CinemaScope The last stand of the mighty Cheyenne! "' Sa'turday Only , ..... CLOSED! ( ": I. Fou at ,the County Fair Monday POwer usan Hayward Ekan , ltta Moreno .... ' ( "UNTAMED" CinmaSeope Alica Katie O'Neill, the of Africa" . } F00gures He's Waited Long Enough! The long-striding, fast-moving man you see in this picture has made the right decision at the right time! For the past year or so, he has been thinking about a Cadillac--and he has finally made up his mind. He is through with compromise and doubt and wonder. This time, he is going after the real thing! And how lucky he is that he made that decision today! For wonderful news of a special nature is waiting for him. He'll find, for instanc% that Cadillac ownership is far more practical now than ever before. He'll learn, in fact, that the lowest-priced Cadillac can be pur- chased for little more than he might expect to pay for a goodly number of the so-called medium-price cars. He'll also find that his dealer--because of a low used-car inventory--is in a position to offer him a very generous allowance on his present car. And he'll discover that, because of Cadillac's reatly increased production during the current year, e can take title to his new Cadillac after a surpris- ingly short waiting period. And all these special inducements, of course, are in addition to the other great Cadillac virtues--such as legeffdary dependability and long life.., remarkable economy of upkeep and operation.., and tradition- ally higher resale value. All in all, he's walking in on the motor car oppor- tunity of a lifetime! And how about you? Have you been postponing your dreams of a Cadillac ? If so, there's no reason to wait any longer. Come on in and see us. Let us put you behind the wheel of a Cadillac ,,. and give you the whole, wonderful story of the car of cars." We think you, too, will decide that you've waited long enough! QUINCY MOTOR SALES 188 WEST MAIN STREET TELEPHONE