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VOLUME X GREENVILLE, PLUMAS COUNTY, CALIFORNIA, THURSDAY, AUGUST 22, 1940 NUMBER 48 A Wild Night Funeral Service [Horse Quadrille IMrs. Ivy Perry IC0unty Schools American Legi on Crimson Gulchl For Amos Ellis[ Feature Of FairlHeads Garden Club! To Open Moln!ay Carnivalo, Dance There will ~wild night in I Services wer---~conduct?d Mo?~[ Cne "of the ~ple features of I The Axgust ~ng of the In-[ e theth ;allC-~ysnt n xt Men,-I S Crimson Gulch in Quincy, ~atUr-ldaY at the Moody unaertakin the Plumas County l,'alr was aid[an Valley Garden Club was held bgin r rm o,~o For Oct day night, August 24, when the [~arlors in Quincy for Amos Ellis, [horse quadrille, which was staged [in Taylorsville. clay, August 26. ] ------- members of the Quincy ambulance ]who died in the Plumas County tin an excepttonall brilliant manner, [ O$ficers were elected as follows: ] The Greenville TI:g6 School[ Sam ~Kasden, chairman of the committee stage a blood-curdling [Hospital last Friday from injuries with the horses trained to respondI Mrs. Ivy Ivlae PainT, president. 'faculty members are R. L. Har~ ]dance committee of Indian Valley drama of the old west. . [ ~eceived August 11, when he was I to the will of the riders in perfect m.~] Mrs Mayme Sheehan, vice preq. [ mCr,music principal,Tames G. Chas.Bhnker,H.i Iistor,mith, 'announcesl Post, No. 568,that AmeriCana carnival Legion,dance The show will be held on the roam [thrown from a motorcyme t,** [ unmo i leenL I -,y ztreet of Quincy wifh street dane- [which he was riding with W. B. [ The team was coached by Fa'roll [ l~l.S Ethel Davis, secretary. [and languages, B. A Wiley, will be held at the town hall in ~cience Jah~ Oboldi sho andl ' Greenville Saturda night Octob- lug, numerous concessions, wien|e ]Wallmma. ] and Minnie Bates of Crescent Mills, [ Mrs. ]Donna Dolphin, corres- [: l~ I ' Y ' ' roasts and a public hanging on! "Cowboy" Ellis, as he was[Mr. Bates did the calling and also lponding secretary, o oys' pnysmai eoucauon, W. W. er lz. specially built gallows, where a known locally, worked at Green- [ took part in the quadrille Mrs. Mabel Taresh, treasurer. M,tchell, agriculture, Miss Fran- A special prize will be given away, noted slluice box robber will awing villa garages for several years. ] The members of the team were ] Merl~tt I-Inrning, who is with Iceska Furlan, commercial, Miss says Kmsden, which will be a 1940 in effigy i Ho left here two years ago, going]Carrie Johnson, Bud Strong, Ellalthe Plumas National Forest Ser-]Claudia Williamson, homemaking, Ford DeLuxe Sedan, ptr~hased As a special prize, a Pontiac se-to southern California, where he [Bird Lutz, Harry Lutz, Joyce Rowe, I vice, gave a very it%tcre~ting talk Iarts and crafts and social studies, from the Service Motor company dan will be given away at the show. wa~ employed as a mechanic m [Herman Dpherty, Ivy Mae Perry, ]cn plant life in relation to raedt- [an(~s, l%~htS:icalMa:~u:::.onM?ng~td~sh [m :k:t:i~l:. the dance will be "1 [Proceeds from the carnival will an aviation machine shop. He re-[Sammil~ Brown, Minnie Bates and |cines He likened the human lg " 1 Yu ~,g I be applied t5 the ambulance fund. 'bturned to the Indian Valley a few [Erroll Bates. [body to a little comn~unity. As ]and social studies, each, and a ticket will contain a 'Members of the committee assure weeks ago and was working at [, The musicians were 1%Iary Tos-]per example, the nervot, s syste~n([ Mr. Harmer announces that lrhe[number which fill entitle the holder the people of Plumas county that Stephenson's Garage in Taylors-[cani, accordion; William Day, [is similar to the telephone system. J butldlng will de open at 8:36; tins- to an opportunity to take home the this will be a big night and a grand %'tHe at the time of his death. [guitar, and William I-Iaker, banjo. ]l-~.rugs are taken from various [ses start at 8:50. Band students handsome car. get-together, and they invite every- ' Wry little is known of Ellis or ITlle members of the quadrille team [~rts of plants, such as the flower, ]should bring their instruments. All Kasden states that a sale of one to come early and stay late. i hi~ relatives, excepting that his ] rode in the parade as a group. ~bark, wood or roots. Drugs either I ~tudents are" u'r'ged to "be ~resent tickets will be made throughout -.~ {,s e re- !]They as or ress a s stem. the first day as regular classes will l'Plumas county, and in Westwood ' I arcnts resided in Be.ton. H also acted color bearers j stimulate dep y ~ULCHER WOULD KEEP ' portedly has a wife in Tia Juana, land led the grand parade Sunday.W|There is an unlimited number of ]start at that tithe, land Susanvtlle in Lassen' county. ald Mr o and as far away as Oroviffe in SALES TAX ON FOODS Mexico, but efforts to locate her[ A man who attended the horse [drugs taken from plaints, s " I [ have failed. ]show and saw the perforrrmnce of~Hornin~, and he mentioned a few[,a AA ~r~ ~ ~ 1 IButte county. It is fibs TOtention A recoorn oz AssemDlym~n unn- t ~ " " -'~" ,the quadrille toFd Mr. Bates that,well known drugs. ~ueh as digit- '~.ll. BndeP, t~d l~-rthe e mmlttee,he =tates~' ~ring I U"/Ell f' set was a wonderful one f m popp! s n q The sum o by the California State Federation era, Pmnee, Day will be celebrat- l "" . l ' ' " '. ". I f $760 has been allowed !n~'- " " ' " . ~ C - ; ~un rain .qaeramen g ~quadrille and hope to stage another ~in Spain and e eny "g 1Yloard of Supervisors PRIMARY ELECTION 112/. nes anlzst'o, -'--- r--- ' to ust.30 , tO t "eog toSe--tember 9 Ilike event at a future show" [ outtheworld. Quinineis used I This amoun' -was~" agreed upon at i TO BE HELD AUGUST $7 ~m favorable [ ~" " I " I ~ ' " " r most extensively in fightingms- s ecial meettn o the i I I-I-r- ,t~ FulcKer'- vote" I Early settlers who crossed the I,l a p . . g f superv s-| - . . t - - ISfl0 ACRES BURNF-A} Ilnria I ~. ~ ^ --.-, *~ u~ ,~.~. i me wanrorma pmmary election r IYl pI~INS O ~Llitornl~, In tne great ' . ~,~ v,u un~-~u~u~t ,u = ~ ~y Amendment to exempt food f o," ~ xxqll h s~]es tax. Fulcher voted no fgeld rush days will vls.'t the f ,-i IN LAUF1M[AN ] ISTRIO- i -^. ^ ,t ^ t ^ .-- ~Mr" Itormng remtnd.d the clublmet in Joint session with the Tax-I be .eld Tu~day: August. 27, ]~ ]1 to ,ncrease tax on food. Fill-and congregate at Fiesta Bowl [o l, Three. hundred acres of brush and I[~:q::[=~":o=:e-=~-~v:~'~:~'~'~r'~-'~'::,t-w u,~v v~, s ,~,~u.~-,v ,~,~0' ' P ' II'tLverSlannual budgetASs ciati n to discuss tile ,xv,tn,n,Hnr,* ~ ~nr,r,~,~,n,i aroundCthl.of iceto~ supl;~ioT::d chef voted yes participate in the entertalnrn~nt ]timbered land ~urned in the I.~.uf. I, ~ I " I m, -, +h Amendment to increase old age ." Iman District of Plumas IWatlonal I l. - ' ~h " 'GItEENVYLLE WINS . x ~,-~ ~*-e rave canamates for se~ h There will be quadlllle schot rdin o rd issued urtty,l~ulc er voted no. I ", -['Forest "acco g t~o ",| -- [su-ervisor of District No 2 The-- t~s~h~ Jig old-time fiddler, harmon- i^t ~-,ro~t Eeoa-ua-teres The fire [BOYS WILL RECEIVE I FROM SLOAT CLUB v . .y , ~ *" u - ore j. 1~. J~ranley Inclln~ventLeWlS COUmTY TVB ma ~d ~9~ Cost~e o ,ett- ]sts i g the Zambon|Ranch i FORESTRY TRAINING I . "------ a~r~r ~f~='~'S tions In ~ddi*ion 14:8"" K"s d ! -~ ~. -,l "*'ne,ndian Valley Merchants I ~" Ausun, t~nas. ~. D'lnc rl, Idn~. ~. ffi~-ffiaffi~,~ *,a~,a a ~ v ~' =~ ~*** ~in ~ong Valley, quickly spread, fan- " e lie Bo~ s Harrt and a ~,~ h~o+ ~t~ ~ ~,~, I,q%Iembers of the Qre nvi . Ibaseball club defeated Sloat in the I s arty P. West. For ' ~ ned by a brisk wind to the ~rush l c trai in n or s " t can i "P'ne executive board of the I ' ]Club wil re eive n g i f e -If'nal league game last Sun,lay with{asserr~ly he dda'tesare Clinton kVL ~% l~ %.t UI II ~t.lttl~L/l .L~ tA ~ .L~ CI,y 1 ~ ~.l J t.~ r ~ t 2 and Otimbered slopes no th of Zam- b I j Fulcher ~ewl.v o~ganized: l#blmas County . h.H~ ,~f T-7otlv~rnna .t -b*t [ . IL-':'y, according to announcement yla score o1' 14 to 9. Youngman was,incumbent, and Win. I. -- " d ~, ~m w~t/ ", r ell Tuberculosis Association met on enterta,n from the main grand-I . n's' Quick act!on o g antz II~,errttt Horn'ng of the mumaslri,~her and Frank Sob~ero eatch, lGunl ck. l-larry L. Englebright for " tire crews from L~autman ~tenger " atl nal Fore t e 1 the evening 0T Xugust 3 at the *rand startin-- at 7 - m K"s~r [ |. o s S rv ce. let Dick Hugher brought down a lc ngress and Harold J. Powers for ~ome of Dr J V Moore in : ~ r.~ ~v~ 5. ~.~. ] Station, Bouquet Mt. CCC Camp,On one occasion Horning took a ]home run and Sobrero also featured !state senator are unopposed, ~nd Western Pacif c Section Crews ,-- i ,l :'oup of the smallerboys In,olin batting [ For United States Senator Hiram ,~m~.'y, ~t, V,~a~ ~"= "~"" ~"" st 10:lO p. m. rot aancmg, lcoursupported" b onehundred BHster,',' Seal Sale rog~am for the 1940.41 ether ame ands will ae . l Y. . . Ithe forest, where varlets actlvi-[ The Indian Valley club will ~ol~]- Johnson, incumbent, Is opposed P n b , ,~t st ~ontrox %VOPK rs from the ses~'on, the fair in addition to K~rser on [^11"inc sec" " |ties concerning forestry wet*It, Sacramento Sunday t'o play aibJ James D. Meredith, Richard ,~ y ~orwere anle to corral ~ ~ wer h wn ~ Stuart Otto I]*cUced The boys e s o game with the Rio Linda clu Ellis E Patterson, Mrs Dalr~eLicht nstiger field c/her evenings I " ' " I " [ l>. [, ~ ' . " |t]:e fire by I:00 a. m Tuesday. |r, ow to nut out a fire and how to| Samue ~lliam Yort and John ~eT:::l:::tisve ;~ :h:ttoCnalif = C:::er2:Cr~:::rs Chofmpb.e:ne:fr ] Radio messages from Ranger Ben ]encircle a fireto keep it from [RALI~I BARTHOLFS WILL I Anson ~F:rd. Y s ' v |Beard who is in charge of the suP-ls~readlng I REMOVE TO SUS VII,T.~: ---~ ---- l~resent to help with the reorgan- Dr, y, has sent entry blanks to Pie- I ~ ,' - I ',AN. I ization plans ', near climb- eh h~+h~ ~ ~ ]pre mon work on tne ~amoom ~ure, i This work isin connection With I - [I.T. ALLEN O, MILLER AND . ],~ o = ~ -'~,~-~'~::- ~,:.~,:',o~ ,:'~ li:,d'cate that suppression and moPllXoy Scout training. Projects for [ J~Ir. and Mrs Ralph Bartholf, [ BIMDE ARRIVE IN S. F. --v ~ ul. will be completed ~ednesday the be s ~tllre uire th I w *estdents of r IENFORMATION OFIrERED '~semble in front --f '~overnor'- I '," I y ' q e fol o -I' Q eenville for the [ FOR ENLIe~NTS' " ~ [ The fire-started it is said by a|ing. ]past seven ,ears where Mr ~"-] Lieutenant and Mrs Allan ~. v,I-!a]l and parade to Fiesta Bowl I sr -- " " "" I ] ' ~ -- [ i c emss srn~Ker--enaangsrea tnel He must demonstrate how to Itholf h~ s been emplo~,ed at the lanner arrived last week in San ~Jue 1:o ~ne present emergency rol ~n program, t l r--e are ' " ! " ' " ! "= ~, a at umber lana of tnelplant a tree |Siandart mine will remove to]Franc[see aboard the U. S. trans- i ~l~nton J Fuleher is a sand[-~ " |the UnitedStates ForestService~ ~E. Ponder Their injuries were not q"--- . eta, arrange for a recruiter to ~ " . I rmrry p West, in char~,e of *~'e I sofia, ~-- - -,~ . - I l~lans are unaer way on the PIU- v,e~, .~ : . . ; da,te for re.elecVon at the coming I " ~ ~-. |smx ~ne uses of the roresr an~t for- i ~'*~ accmen~ occurrea ! .~,reenvnmat an e~riy ante, . lanes program introduced Clyde L I ~ Incar Che~ter ' |rna~ National Forest which provide to funt h,i,r~marles August zTtn " ' .|as rand for lumDerln r grazing, r s them' full informaOon, i " -- . ' jGoudy insti'uctor in geolo~-, of the- %' . [ ]ror planting of 500000 seedlings on ,~ ~le snould De re-electer~ not on.y !. ' ~ ! recreauon, rn nlng an{, tarmmv i -- ' " ~-ose making requests zor rotor-i .~ |~os Angeles L-'qty College who de-I H ?" |WrL MILL ORI~ IN" 11939 burned over areas it is stated k-~* L:|)(}I] Ells pasL r~l-%~) UUL ~JIl 11|15 I ' x~ ,*lu~. ue RDIe ~o ~ell wflat re-t 1. ' ?:~:~,On are nor. o,ngatea In any l sterlln~, opposition to Local Op- laver,ed a splended descriptive talk i forestation is, he must knowI VU~ AT JOHNSVILLE I r:y Forest Supervisor D. :N. Rogers. y. t [on the ge01oL~Ic for,~o ~. | With 150000 tons of or.e in the According to Regal's. nursery stock A tion ~:hich my mean l--rohibitlon o, ~ ~ I forest n~anners,-' ne must Kno~vl ' ] . I . erra Nevada with s"ectale-- ~ l ela sunup of the Plumas.Eurekalconsistin~ of Sugar Pine Jeffery . again,' ~- -,-no,~toreporta Ilre "~nat a rot ~ob Hunter went ~o San Ftan b ' ' " " " ' " ' p asis on the TaylorsvHle re"ion i I mine near Johnsville, Col Bert land Ponderosa Pine seedltng~ cisco last week 'for medical treat- JULIAN ~A~ALA, ~ lest IooK0vt m, what a rores~ x~renLund s " ~ " " " ~- ' " |d I y ,tares that the 200-ton mill Inave been reqmmttonea from the rnent at the University Hospital. tgreenwne, usa~zornm. HERRING App~%lx,r~- I *~a~ener apes, ann must amp I / '" ~, Iknow some of the duties " " I ~ ,n cornmlSSlon to reduce the ore |~ )tlrDlrl ~ursery at IsusanviilO l'or TO " or a xor- ' POSTMASTER JOB ] - IThe ore in the dump is estimated Ithi~ planting project e~t ranger ,mmm mmmm mm mm m " " to," J Th I un rein $6 to $6 50 in gold I[ Rogers states that the planting of 1~ ]3 I-Ierr~ng has received the', e retest course or training is " ' ~ a ~ I I ~ ~-o,r~:LI-:" - '!o-e. to ~II bo ] Ib:,rned over Forest land wll! ~sure I -v ~*nenx;or postmaster for w y~, .~t~.~es nOrnln g', IM[ i [e -"1 rs. Wesley Quigleyand Mrs ]future timber crops, instead of L Taylorsvllle He . a men from the rorest servlc,~ ** %, rllr l}F lq,l IS;; *** s .b "'"" ' rri~g hasbeen[v,H~ -ire '-' ~[~)ates were in Greenville from th;~brush fields that ordinarily follow m ,re:n::':o:~trnaster s|nce the re. It|me ~ th~:Sw?:L'. n from t, me tO l:Noth Arm Monday. |n the Wake of forest :fire STOMACH TROUBLES. NEURITIS, ARTHRITIS, RHEUMA- m, TO BE RAFFLED SUNDAY TISM, HEADAC}IES and numerous other aihnents which have mlm i not responded to other methods of treatment.normal and uin ~,At2raffle p" offm"a fineSUndaY'crochetedJUly table25'[] I m If any part of the body is deprived of its nerve Ill blood supply, it will not function properly, and illness wtll result. ~|n c!oth, made by Mrs. ~Ollie Barb-er This abnormal c6ndit'on may be caused bY pressure n the sPir~al 'il d rr&::?: :: e;e t t~::;a~t l~h=:r To the sick who have been unable to find complete relief in n,n nno Student Pencil Set theh' quest for health ~2hlropractlc offer, new hope. Ill .75 ton Given Away With Every 10 of 0ur Remember we m ke a complete X-]Ray examination of OUr mill CACL, p.tlent~, free of clu~'ge III 5, 10 and 15c Store Sunny Maid Bread Wraps Across From Masonic Hall Must Have Order by Aug. 25 Present Wraps to DR. STANLEY WADE, D.C. mlm Coal Advance~ e6cperton V|LL, WESTWOOD, CALIFORNIA !!1 -------:'--=:--- COMPLETE O LIN~'. OF Srd &t B|reh St. Telephone = i]u ~. L. MILLIfli