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, Pae Two INDIAN VALLEY RECORD Thursday, Auqust 19, 1954_ 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) J L i i i 130 Are Graduated SWIM SCHOOL GRADUATION HELD AT HOT SPRINGS FOR 130 ENROLLEES On Friday, July 30th, at the Idin Valley Hot Springs the 1954 session of Greenville&apos;s P.T.A. Pd Cross wim School was end- ed with graduation cevmmlh's for 126 students. The school was de- cloud a great success by everyone Involved, and although the enroll- meat was somewhat smaller thaa year, it was still more than eough to justify the ext:mse and work involved according to the committee. Of special interest, was the new Water Safety Aid program started this yetr by the Red Cross. This group, better identified as Instruc- tor ides, in.eluded Bud Lozano, Bill Bnham and Bob Keyes. In order ,to receive their cards and embl.ms, the boys were required to have, d the Senior Life Sving tests, to have the beginner, intermediate and swimmer skills, to sped at least 5 hovs dally wlmle program. The three boys, in this program here/azt- nmeh more than their in the pool, and were a real.help to Mrs. Sadie King, the tctor. The committee in charge, under the chairmanship of Marge Rn es ,to thank everyone who with the school, and espec- ially Ruby Dozazm. for her many hours of effort, axe@ Wihna Lemm M.rs. King to Reno at of the school. A belated also, to ttm Elk Club far donation, a their ws nt ied previously with the many oher generous cotribution;s. At a P.T.A. Executive Board meing, held at the Batson resl- dnce on August 3. it was found that, dte to the many late registra- rictus, there was a total of $71.13 lng in the swim school fund, after payment of all costs. This um has beezl placed in a separate aex)unt a a ,.*tart towards next y swim school, subject to ap- proval at the first regular P.T.A. meeting ater school starts. The following is a list of those enrolled in this years classes. LIFE SAVING--Betty Keyes, chnsorL WAER SAFETY AIDS--Bill Borm, Ralph Lazano. Jr., Bob Ke; Adults Mary Williams. Naseath, Justine Campo- ), Evelyn Hall, Evelyn Hop- Alzetta Price, Ruth Peele, Kathleen Barney, Corn, elisn, Marguerite Wa- Grace Htmtley, Linda Spar- Iltmt Hall, "Bill Hartley, Jos- Greo, Patricia P.videaux. ,Susan Larkey, Ken Linda Tahoe," Barbs2u Hall, Turner, Duncan 1%cIntyre, Buddy Miller, Dick Ree, Valcrie I., Daiy Kee, Francis Waldrn. Ililah SwanBon, Billy Miller. Ken -og, Jlen Barber, Leaha Roe Tommy Henessey, Char- Geo%,e Zube, Earl- Judy Phn, Gwen Bobby Stampfli, Raymond Sharon Swanson, Hills, Glem- Bobby Dennis John Batsm, Sara Vicki Lyors, Carol Lym, North, Seen &ound To00. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Wright and favaiiy were Cn'oville visitors Sunday afte.rnoon. The Vtrights were accompanied by Ray BragK. Spendino" a two wtks vacation in the Santa Cruz area iS Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Russell, Jr. aad daugh- ters, Candy and Lynn. Little Cur- Vias Ru,ell is spending the time visiting his grandmother. New home owners i:n Greenville are Mr. and Mrs. Tad Twcedle and family who recently moved into the family's new abode on Kfnder Avenue. Tad and his help- ers must have set some sort of record in the speed they made in ntructing the home, lr. V. H. Wattenburg and daughter Nancy, accompanied by Mis Delores Greenwood were Oakland viitor several days last week in the Greemwood home. Delores, who has been visiting the Wattenburgs the past two weeks returned with them for a prolo:ed stay. Cpl. Harold Nevins is spending a frlough in Greenville visiting his family and friends prior to shipping out for duty in Korea. Ha, told is serving in the Army. 2,t. and Mrs. D. McMullen and family moved thP past week to Setzer Road. where they have purchased the home formerly owned by Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Smllen. Wrk is progreing nicely on the Fi.'s Baptist Church building which is being constructed on the H,t SprinF, s gowL Under con- strueton now ie the basement of the bdtnff w will house the Sunday School rooms. Mr. and Mrs. Perry Crownover and sons Dave and gick were weekend visitor at Blacks Mt. Pmgr Station as guests of Mr. and MrS. Ernest Hammers and family. Sgt, George Bridges axrived in :.w .muenday to visit rieds and relatives here. George, who is home from Krea on a thirty dy furlogh, plans to leave in a week for Clasffon. Oklahoma. to visit his paxents. Hie is presently staying in Greenville with Mr. and M:r;.. Jimmy Bridges aml family. Guests last week in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lnnie Forehand were hr brother, atd family, Mr. and rs. Elmer I:vi of Cameron M. Visiting the Forehands over the .weekend , were their daughter and family Wr. and ]V[rs. Albert Greene and children of Yerrington, Nevada. Cpl. Bob Fogleman returned Monday to Fort Scott, California, ater spendimg a 7 day furlough visiting his parents lIr. and Mrs. Leslie Foleman and family. Bob has just returned fzvtm a 3 month tour of duty in Galena, Alaska. and is chedu.ed to return to Greenville in the near future on a 30 day furlough. Your best medium for reaching others in indian Valley is to send ---a subscript:ca o The Record! Sobrero. Chris Mumty, Stephea Price, Dick Gldenson, Pamela Prideaux, Judy Ann Peterson. Judy Greco, Ken Sims, Dennis MeLvin, Jeff cry leith, Janicc Hall, Pat Zube, Linda ,Borsch, Bill Toscai, Richard Toscani, Margmet Toscanl, ue Goldermon,Gerald I-Iumphey, Haruld Hy, Trud Gle, Norma J Peele, David Rilea, BiUy re, Janice Wassell, Pete Timme. POLYWOC--Dewrm Lee, Jear Azevedo;lm0 worm, Jackie Flamdm-a,- Dtwa_a. , S ateie Lerkey, Tommy Nye,  t%ilea ChriUn Jaznie Zunino, Tommy ttyre, Lexy W:Dott, Jackie Md, L=lzy Brom,DnaldDunn,ddieSpee . r'emy , S Dght , Sammy  Happy Birthdays to August 15---Rosalie Thomas, R. W. Larkey August 16---Joan Kathleen Cara- way, Cheryl Karlyn Cooper, Ida Welsh. Barbara Ann Campo- donico August 17--Cecile Bean, Rebecca Ann Styer August 18--Ruth Turner, Barbara Wheeler August 19---Mrs. Paul Tatro, Al- fred Calais, Jake DeHahn, Wil- liam Hawson, Kermit Fisher August 20--Tillie Lewis. Jewel Standart, Perry Crownover, Pamela Fisher August 21--Audrey Roark, Mar- garet Becker, Mary Wells, Ed- wina Spellmeyer, !. L. Diffen. Gertrude Bacher. ANN IvERsAY CONGRATULATIONS TO August 14--Mr. and Mrs. John Fry August 16--Mr. an Mrs. Perry Crownover, Mr. and Mrs. Curley Streoker August 17--Mr. and Mrs. Harry Johnson August 18Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Rhinehart August 20--Mr. and Mrs. Leon Steen, Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Po- doll, Mr, and Mrs. W. T. Wheeler, Mr. and Mrs. Jess Maginnls. Mr. and Mrs. Col Seizer August 21Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Murray CRESCENT MILLS NEWS Bob Hull and brother Tom of Berkeley drove up Wednesday to visit the Do Reihls and drive Mrs. Hull home after she had visited her cousin and family a few days. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Btes and son of Modesto and Mr. and Mrs. Cy Bates and childrvn of Keddie visited and had dinner with their aunt ad finale, the Bill Bkers Wednesday evening. Several mem;bers, of the Cres- cen Oommlmty club went to Quincy several days last week to take entries to the Fair. Mrs. Ruby Conrad. Ralph and Edna visited relatives for a re- union dinner %Vedmsday afternoon in Vtestwood. "Wayne SoLoli and a friend of Sacraznento visited relatives and hends this weekend. Helen North, who is staying Ln Sacramento getting mr<ileal aid for her daughter was h:)me this weekeJd. Mr.d Mrs. Pat Ronham and boys spent several daT: i Red Bluff this week. Mr. td Mrs. Fred Cla,iage of Berkeley spent the weekeud vis- iting the .lake DeIahns. Mr. and Mrs, Fred teith and family went to Oakland to spend a few dys visiting relatives. Mx, ad ltrs. Dwight Huyette came over unday o visit their daughter and [atnily, the Hank Sanders. They al enjoyed dinner ()tlt. Ms ry Ann tr re.tued from Red Bluff where sle had been visiting hex 'andparents. Mrs. Iel]e Allen vited with her clfildren and their families, the Memqtts and the Edgmons. Jes Sersoli of Susanville. stopped bv f.r a few nqnut,e to see h,i moth'.r. C,re,me rsoli. emo:..., to the Fa.ir. He had a car , - t)le auto -ace. M, Nora Kelly a,l daugh!e'. Alice of Sacramento visited th" Claude }'Te,.rs one day last \\;veel Mr. and Mrs. Fred gbth of Orland visited her daub'bier and famil", the Melvin EdKmorm Her son, Bebby Mann accompani then home after  short visit here w.th hs sister. Mr. ad  Ray Nelson and children of Belmont and her nmther, Mr Violet Foster of Saw,menlo visited Char}es Hr- ring  wekend. r. and Mrs: Forest Ioyd and Mrs. Cuthier of Ovovlle visi`ted the Boyd's daughter and Paxnily, the I-fazed Cordoz'& 3i Coloza returrmd lmme with tem mtil Wednesday whe rs. Cr- doza plan to drive down for him. Mr and M-s. lmie Nye visited h is,,]:Ce ,.Adams, .in Oor- ville several. 41as ..,web, k. ,  27 Are Confirmed Twenty-one children and six adults were confirmed by His Exeellmey Bishop R.:bc:t J. Arm- strong recently at St. John's Church in Quincy. The children were: GuPdniupe Arellano. Nich- olas Arella-o Sally Boyle, Nancy Rroeke. CJrol Clarke. Kee[h Clarke, Walter F:s'her, Carla Fur- rer. Leslie I,.rrer. Jozeph Oreco, Arlene Hallopeter. Kay Hazel- grave, Lynne Madigan, Judy Mc- Cluze: John Moore. John Shanncm, Katie Slapnik, Linda Tatro and Joy Teresa %3ite. Adults con- firmed were: Richard Azev,:.Jo. Eva Frye, Marjorie Hudacek. Sylvia Kallis. xVilliam. Perkins. and Iuis "Williams. PrieSts pres- en for the confirmation were: Father Timothy, S.D.S.. Father James Vizard, S.J., Father Mich- ael Fitzgerald. Iather Hugh Me- Tagte and Father .lames Col ooran The answers to everyday insurance problems* QIIESTION: When we have a fire insurance policy at what hourdoes it take effect ? ASWER: Your policy covers you from noon of its effective dale until noen of the date it expires. *If you'll address Your own n- surance questions to this office. we'll try to .qiveyou tie corre=t answers a:',d there wi'.l be no charge cr obligation of aay kind. LEONHARDT. EDWARDS AND CEIL Qu;ncy Plone 68 Greenville Phone 22-M-3  " 7, , * Viekie Lynn 5.:C9y arrtved at te \\;Vetwotx! Ho.pital on Sat- urday, August 7. She is tile third daughter' of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne McCoy of Greuville. The %V. T. ),{cCoys of Bis'op are the grand- parents. LL00:00DAR Of EVENTS and and 4th Tuesday of each month--Drivers' licenses obtain" able at Greenville Justice Court. Sunday r, ext---Church serviceS, open to the pblic. For detaiW see !istino of the church of your own choice (Page ). Second Tuesday ech month T. F. ,%-rnatha. navy recruiting off;cot, vail be at Greenville p.O. from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. V.Yzdnesday, Aug. 13, 1 p.m.-" ndi3n Valley Garden Club will meet in ob3er"nnce of its 20tb atlnlversary at zne , aylorsviIle home of htrs. ahel Taresh. LunCh will be ;)rovided. Sunday, August 22,--Inte r church picnic at Quincy beginning at 2 p.m. Wednesday, Aug. 25, 2 p.m.-" nnua= Power onew ano tea sponsored by the Indian Valley Garden Club. at the Community Church Social Hall in Greenville. Open to the public, Saturday, 3ept. 4--Labor DaY dance at I. V. Grange Hall, Toy'. Iorsville, sponsored by th Catholic churches of Greenville andQuincY. Music by Huby's orchestra. September 10-11 Srownie and Girl Scout Workshop at Chester- Anyone interested is advised to contact Adair Stroing for detailS. Sunday, September 19. 10 a.m. First District Three Legion and Auxil;ary rnceU.9 at Greenville. V/ed:esday, Sept. 2,3, 8 p.m. T:13 vausi=al presentation ,,Peter [Rabbit' wh: be staged at Green" v;lle h'igh Schoo! huc:;tor:um with 'af; pro,"essie::al adult performer Sponcored by Creenvillc p.-T.A. Saturday, Oct. 23, 1:30 p.m." Food sale and bazaar at Greenville ilasonic hail, cponsored by the St, Anthony's Altar Society. VISIT DON PKCKS LJr, and },t:; 1{. D. "I19n2 t, and nother, .ff Yo='tiand, CregOn W( ", ",:' ;t;'li :.de t:.; _f t]lc T g{J! {'('OILS )I1 -P!'  Yours in both SUPREME An entirely new kind of motor fuel that ends forever the biggest single cause of engine trouble ! 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