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TR~YRSDAY, AUGUST 22 1940 INDIAN VALbEY RECORD Mrs. Louisa Tanner Corresvondent Mr. ~nd Mrs. ttugh Russell re- t arned the last of the week from! their vacation. Mr. George Peltier and Mr. Porteer were over from Westwood Saturday. A. C. Frohlich came in from IRene Thursday ~.nd spent several days here with his sister Mrs. Em- r~a Wright. Mr. and Mrs. Don Midwood, Clint Ncer and :Nadine Brown dr~,ve to Sacramento the last of the week. Mr. Midwood and Neer returned Sunday. Mrs. Midwood and N'adine remained for a weeks visit with relatives. Austin Neer returned Saturday from a ten days vacation. He went to Los Angeles and also spent sev- eral days around the bay district viritinz relatives. Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Tanner and l~Trs. H. C. Neer ~pent Sunday afternoon in Greenville. Mrs. 3. B. I-I~tlley, ]fTrs. Cook and Swter came up from Orovllle Wed- nesday and spent the day with Mrs. Hollcy's mother, Mrs. Marie Stam,pfli, and other Felatives. Richard Itall, of Sacramento, visited his aunt, Mrs. Della Her- ring, here one day last week. Mrs. Harry. Lemm, Mrs. W. R. ICarmel the past few weeks, re- turned Monda~r .- :Mr. and Mrs. Claude Neer and H. C. ~Yeer attended the fair at Quincy, Sunday: 5V. B. Perry and ~am Brown were in town Tuesday front their valley hom~s. The members of the Crescent Home Club met at the home of ~ lrs. Mayme Sheehan onWednes- day. Refreshments were served. The next meting will be held at Mrs. Margurite Luzzadders on ~eptember the forwth. Mrs. H. C. Neer, Mrs. Em]lnitt Downing, Mrs. Emma Wright ttnd Mrs. G. L. Tanner drove to Quincy Friday to see Mr. and Mrs. G H. Welters. who are at the ~ounty Hospital. Sheryl Sorsoli, daughter of Mr. hnd Mrs. Art Sorsolli, underwent an operation las~ Tuesday for the removal of her tonsils at the Bat- son I-Iospitai in Greenville. G. R. Clark, of Taylorsville, was in town Monday. Howard Tanner, Tom Dynan the last of this week for l~erkeley [~vhere she will enroll as a student at the University of California. Mrs. Mayme Sheehan and Mrs. Lou;s~t Tanner attended a meeting l of the Indian Valley Garden Club Lar;son, and Mrs. Louis Quintana at 'Paylorsville on Tuesday of Were in town,Monday, from Green- last ~ eek. viilc and the Larison Logging ] camp. II Mrs. W. "H. Dolphin, of Taylors- ville, spent Tuesday of last Week Jerry Dynan, who has been with at the H. C. Neer home. Mr. DoN hi:. r~other, Mrs Emma McKay, ~tt phin brought her over on his-~Tay Mrs. Murlel Maunder Correspondent Mr. and Mrs. George Scott and children of Susanville were guests of Ms. J. J. Pierce, Friday. Mrs. Mary Sobrero has moved into the house which J. B. Sobrero 'eccntly purchased from George Chamberlain. knna and Arm~nd, children of Mr. and Mrs. Forest Sheehan, who have spent the past three week~ with their grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Robert Shcehan returned to I their home in Greenville Saturday. E. E. 1Rrown of San Francisco was the guest of ~[r. and' Mrs. C. 'L. Stephenson last week. tA charivari was given Mr. and Mrs. Irving Lambert by a large group of their friends last Tues-] cla3 night. I l M. and Mrs. J. E. Williartm and[ children are spending a week in Elko, 1N'evada. t cAlbert I-Ieald has purchased a new Studebaker coupe. ,Miss Dorothy iXrcer who is at- tending business college in Sac- ramento spent the week-end here with her parents Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Neer. Miss Mary Trussell returned to her home in San Francisco Sun-[ ay. I Mr. and Mrs." Frank Church I [ ;o Quincy and stopped for her on :his way home'.: Mr. .and ~Yrs. A. J. Sheehan spent Sunday at the fair Jr; Quincy. Mrs. Phyllis Openshaw and son called on Mrs. J. J. Pierce Sunday. The Ladies Aid Society is hav- ing a social at the Grange Hall Saturday night. Charles Wilson went to Mineral Sunday, to take his brother Lloyd who will remain there. M. B. Herring received word Monday of his appointment as I CAN'T STOP NOW.I I'LL SEE YOU AT TIlE CALIFORNtA STATE FAIR tN $ACR, AMENTO AUG. 30 TI-IRU SEP 9 ~O"z-j Past.master. He h~L~ becp serving lSMITIIS TO RETURN as acting Postmaster since G. E. ] Tills ~7EEK " ~uen retired from the position. ] - - ] Mr. and Mrs. Chas. H. Smith lvij~. A. J. Maunder attended a~n.e expected home this week after ~eeeption for the Deputy Grand spending most of the st, miner in Matron of the Arden Eastern Siockton where they attended Star in Wcstwood Saturday night, f smnmer school at tile College of I tbe Pacific. Mr. Smith has been George Walker of Sacramento'ope of the announcers over radio called on the S. V. Fishers Thurs- slation K W G and is on this day. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Scott of San Francisco were visitors at tht Fisher .home Friday. large delegation from here at- tended the fair in Quincy over the week-end. PRIN~IP~kL RETURNS week from Monday to Friday from 6 a. m until 2:3{) p. m. Smith is ~*n charge of the re,J- sic deoartmcnt of the Greenville : High School. I WIFE OF LATE NOVFJJST GUEST AT LODGE i h~rs. Zane Gray, wife of the late n(,velist, was an overnight guest FROM U. S. C. at Forest Led'go last Sunday. Mrs. J. F. McBroom, principal of the l("raY and companion, Mrs. Mac- Greenville Elementary. School, ar-ISpadden were en-routeto their i'ived in Greenville last Thursday. homes near Los Angeles. and began preparation at once fori ~, lhe opening of school on Monday --~I-'~'s. Bc'n"W ]ii~'s Jr. of-Aft was ~August 26 ~s visiting relalives at Crescent Mr. McBroom. spent the summer Mills. Mrs. Williams is the former i-, Los Angeles where he attended Lucille Stampfl~, daughter of Mr. tbc University of Southern Call and Mra. Leopold Stampfli former fornia. Crescent Mills residents AT (;REENVILLE HOT SPRIN6S Every Fri.-Sat.-Sun. & Wed. Eve 7to 10 Sunday Afternoon 2 to 5 PRICES Sunday Afternoons 15c Evenings: Gents 25c Ladies 15c OPERATED ]BY GEORGE M. AND IONE Z. HUNT !POLITICAL ~DVERTISEMENT POLITICAL ADVERTISEMENT POLITICAL ADVERTISEMENT POLI'I~CAL ADVERTISEMENT Benefit Quincy Ambulance Fund InC Street Dancing Concessions Public Hanging Wienie Roasts SATHRDAY NI6HT Pl ii A Pontiac Sedan Will Be Given Away As A Special Prize Too many politicians nowadays have absolutely no regard for the taxpayers. And we're all taxpayers. Hundreds of hidden taxes take their toll for the State of California. Fulcher is opposed to more taxes. He has had, and will continue to have, thecourage to fight against Administration extravagance and reck- lessness. As Taxpayers (and that includes all of you) he deserves and should have your support. Go to the polls next Tuesday and Where we serve the best of everything in Wines. Liquors. Beer ,~vvv~ 'v IIII General Merchandise THIS ADVERTISEME~IT IS BFANG PArD FOR BY PLUM AS OOUNTY TAXPAYERS Greenville California