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/ !i e Fo BACK FROM SCHOOL Mr. and Mrs, Jack Snodgrass ad fam_ily returned to their Greenville home last week after spending several weeks i San Jose ,whre he attended su/araer sessions at the State college. They are glad to be back in Plumas ty, he says. CARD OF APOLOGY y Rile is evidently suffer- ing from a guilty conscience since he wishes to express apologi£s to thoe of his neighbors wlmm he feels he inconvenienced lst week when he u a super-powerful oreosote treutnent on some lum- ber in his yard. With our newly installed auto- matte equipmertf, we can print 'most anything you need and do it accurately besides giving you petter service than you can get anywhere in the O.untry . - . CARD OF THANKS The Indian Valley 4-H club members wts,h to express their appreciation for the patronage of meat buyers at the recent auction sale :at the cou,nty fair. The Napes Hotel at Reno baught a steer from Pamela Neer; "Doe- Mater from lYanda Yockey; Herman tosch a,nd Mike Garcia (Greenville Inn) rom Judy Lures; Nevaxl Meat Company from Royce Stev- ens. We especially thank Chmlie Fedet and Don Riehl for volun- teering their services to local buyers this year. ON INSPECTION TRIP Law.rence Cloyd and Bob Mont- gomery of the Department of Fish and Ca,*ne were Greenville visitors Tuesd.y while making an inspec- tion trip throug the county. ai''''UUllmluunmulamnnnnunne• • m• mace• ••m m • m m emm m m mm mmmm m m: | "- • • | • . | $ .. == The New DANNY KAYE Picture l • , _a ! "KNOCK 0}l WOOD" -" m ON OUR NEW GIANT SCREEN | INDIAN VALLEY RECORD Thursday, 19, VISIT LAKE HOMESITE Sam and I,orraine riee, c- companied by their son, Tommy, and daughter, Madeline Joo of Biola, spent .the past week end camping on their future home, site at Lake Almanor. They also spent some time visiting their friends, Prank and Ruth Van Rank, and renewed acq'uaintances with many others in the area. Sam will be remembered as the former pub- tisler of the Indian Valley Recsrd, now graduated into being a variety store magnate in the San Joa- quin Valley. t '*more about- Plumas County Fair ---continued from page one first. Mares, four year olds and older: Lutz, first and fifth. Praduce of Dam: Latz, all a- wa rds. GRADE QUARTER HCISES: Gelding-s, two year olds: Gene Openshaw, Crescent iMills, first. Marc, yearlings: Janette Nave, Suanville, first; Openshaw, se- 0rid; Harvey r)olph}n. Taylors- ville, third. GRADE THOII.OUGHBRNDS : Mares. 3 years ad over: J. M McCletlaald. Sure,tile. hrst: J. Van Tour, DVM. Quincy, second: Samuel F. Brown. third. Geldi!g's, two year aids and old- er: E'ol and Minnie Bates, Tay- lorsville, first; John Gleppi, Quincy, second and third. Home sewing projecta cf num- erous Plumas and Sierra County houevives were on dfiplay t Ice Follies Soon Close ICE FOLLIES OF 1954 NOW IN FINAL WEEKS Shipstads and Johnson's spec- tacular "Ice Follies of 1954" is entering" its finn weeks at Win- terland, Post and Steiner Sts., San Francisco, George H. (mp- bell, mnager of Winterland, an- nounced to0y. '"this has beem one of the most sueeessful of all Ice Follies se- sons in San Francisco," Campbell said. "That is why we are re- minding people to .buy their tick- ets early for the remaining p¢r- formanees." Tickebs for the Ice Follies axe on sale at the I¥interland Box offiee, t Sherman Clay & Co. in San Francisco and Oakland, and at Rickey's Ped Chimney in Stonestown. CARD OF THANKS I would like to t2mnk each everyone, for the nice gifts lovely cat,is I received was in the hospital; also for many tfriends, who e_ane in took time to visit. Each one I thank, but there were so that I can't thank individually, here convey my many thanks one and all. Mrs, Myrtle MOVE TO CHICO "Dude" and MAekia O'Neill • ed from their home on No. street yesterday to their abode at Chico, where he obtained a position. They been enoying a few weeks tion from their former ment of the GreeviUe Inn. SAVE MONEY BY USING OUR PROCESS OF 71RAN00I00AFT 00RIiflJlNG WITHOUT REMOVING YOUR MOTOR Come!ere Auto Repair Service New & Used Parts -Accessories the recent Plumas C'gunty Fair. | Sunday - Monday - Tuesday - Wed'day =_= officials id today. • • • Over 120 separate categories i AUGUST 22nd-23rd-24h-and 25th ,,erednumerouCOmpetitiVewinners were:prizes" Among STANDART AUTO SERVICE U Bedspread, erochehd: Emma A. : Peter, Ta31orsville, lst; Mrs. AND WRECKING YARD i Also presenting our first _= Helen McPeak, Greenville, 2nd; II Bedspread, novelty: Hulda Lind- 320 ANN STREET ON HIGHWAY 89 | CiNEMASCOPE FEATURE =-" centUist'ns,ne; rd.arlene on, c- "[NiGHTS OF TIlE ROUND TABLE"= --more onpagefive == SATURDAY- AUGUST 29 ::. | ! TOWN HALL THEATRE00,,00c00 COMING CINEMASCOPE FEATURES: [] m "Rose Mate" - "Hell and High Water" - "Cine Mutiny" m m "The Hiqh and e Mighty" - "The River of No Return'" • "Broken Lance .... How to Marry a Millionaire'" u • "Student Prince .... Demetrius and the Gladiator'" [] • "Seven Brides with Seven Brothers" - and [] • "GONE WITH THE WIND" (BIG SCREEN) • AND AT NO ADVANCE IN PRICES . WITH THE EXCEPTION OF ONE OR TWO PICTURES Sm =. =. =_ m [] [] [] [] [] [] [] [] [] [] [] [] [] n ilmlll IiiiiIIillmlllllll i illlllnlllllmlllllillllll |1 says LAURITZ MELCHIOR of New York City and Hollywood Star of Opera, Concert, Screen and TV CANYON DAM UNDER NEW ? Huh Ausrnus .: MANAGEMENT OF Warren DeLaney i TIKES- TUBES- BA0000.III00S DIESEL FUEL AND SERVICE General Auto Repairing. Heavy Truck Servicing Gas Oil Accessories Free Estimates ALL WORK Reasonable Rates GUARANTEED LUCKY LAGER THE AGED BEER Taste what a difference Lucky Lager's thorough ageing makes Copyf4ght 1954--Lucky Lager |rlwlng Company--San Froncis¢ • Los Angeles, Cal. • Vancouver. Wash.