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INDIAN VALLEY RECORD THURSDAY, AUGUST 22, 1940 ]tONEYMOON AT NOTICE OF SALE OF REAL LAKE TAHOE ESTATE. Mr. and Mrs. Garland Frizzle In the Superior Court of the (Edith Oliver) returned this week State of California, in and for the from a honeymoon spent at Lake County of Plumas. Tahoe. In the matter of the Estate of- They were married last Thursday ~1 T. TREJ ,EAVEN, Deceased. iv Reno, at St. Thomas Acquin-[ Notice is hereby given, that the as Cathedral, Father John Me-]t,dministrator of the estate of W. Goldrtck of Petrols officiating. ~IT. Treleaven, deceased, will sell, Mr. and Mrs. William Scanlin of tat private sale, in one parcel, to Susanville were the attendants, the highest bidder, upon terms and The bride wore a yellow sports conditions .herinafter mentioned, suit, with white acSe~sories, and a bouquet of gardinlas. Frizzle is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W.J. McEnespy of Greennvtlle, and is a graduate of the Greenville High School and of the Santa Monica Junior Col- lege. She completed iter pretraln- ins ,period as a student nurse at the Sacramento hospital last December. The groorff is the son of Camile Frizzle, of Crescent Mills and is associated with his father in the operation of the Frizzle Sawmill in Dixie Canyon. The newlyweds will live at Dixie Canyon. and subject to confirmation of the Superior Court of the County of ~)lumas, State of California, on or after the 7th day of September, !940, all right, title and interest of the estate of W. T. Treleaven, dec- eased, at the time of his death, be- ing that certain property herinaf- ter described and all right, title ~nd interest that said estate has, by operation of law, or oth'terwise ac- quired other than or ~n addition to that of said deceased at the time of his death, of, in died to tl~t cer- tain real property situate in the Town of Greenville, County of Plu- rn~, State of California, particu. ]~rly described ms follows, to-wit: YOUNG MEN WANTED ]FOR AVIATION CORPS ,home tn South Dakota and to visit Mrs. Hartley's father on his 90th birthday anniversary. The Hart- leys were scheLmaled to arrive at the family home Just in time for the birthday dinner. An opportunity of a lifetime ~s llGw being offered by the United States Government to young men interested in av3ation. Young men between the ages of 20 and 27 with "two years of college can learn to fly an~] be paid $75.00 per month, with room and board, ~'hile learning. At the end of 9 months training they will be of- fared comissio~s as army pilots with a starting salary of $250.00 per month. Call at Lhe U. S. army recruiting station, Post Office Building, Chloe, for complete de- tails. In addition to teaching men to fly, the United States Army also teaches enlisted men airplane m'echanics, surveying, map read- ing, photography, cooking, baking, and many other specialized crafts These trades are taught to men who enlist for infantry, cavalry, coast artillery, field artillery, air corps, corps of engineers, signal corps, medical departmentand quartrmasters department.Va- cancies now exist in the above [ UNCLE GEORGE RYAN |AN ORCIliD RETURNS TO GREENVILLEI FOR CALIFORNIA Uncle George Ryan, lawnmower If there seems to be a brighter Y.:ng and emperor of the scissor g!ow in the California sky these" after her prol~erty Interests here Mrs. F. L. Miller ;n expecte'l 1Comprising a portion of Lot I of mentioned branches of the army. VISIT IN ~lock 1 of t'he Greenville Townsite, *Men who are interested are invit- home Friday from Chicago where M~e has been visiting her brother, SOUTH DAKOTA as said Let and Block are lald ed to c~ ll or write to the U. S.n Mr. and Mrs. M.--H. Hartley left Id wn and delineated on the Official Army recruiting station, Post el- l n. L Trevellick, who is ill in a last week on a visit ~o their old Plat of said town on file aS of re- f~ce buqding, Chico, California. I~bi~ag hospital. cord in the office of the (~ounty 'Office phone 909. This office re- Shop Open From 8 A. M. TO 1P.M. DURING HOT WEATHER Hazel Bowerman OWNER.OPERATOR Solon's Garage" AND SF~VICE STATION Crela3ent Mills, Calif. SOLON LUZZA~DDFAt, Prop. CLARENCE (Doe) TVCF~ETEN Meelumle Electric and Aeetelyne Welding General ~gepalr Work Shell O'1 Company products Recorder of Plumes County, (~alt- fornia, descri~c.~ a~- follows, to-wit: Beginning at a point on the Southerly srffe of Main Street 250 feet in a southwesterly di- rection from the northwest cornerof Main and Bush Street~ and running', thence in P southerly direction along the West line of the Jameson Lots (now known as the Yiacava Lot) 219 feet, more or less, to the Northerly side of Church ,avenue. thence in ,t southwes-t eriy dtrecUon along the North- erly side of Church Aven~e 59 feet more or less, to the East line of the I-Ia~l LOt thence in a northwesterly direction along the East iin-e~of the said H.ail Lot and Rowe -~ots 219 feet, more or less, to the souther- ly s~de 6" Main Street; thence in a northeasterly direction along t~e ,outherly side of Main Street 55 feel to the place of beginning, said lot fronting 55 feet on Ma;n Street and 59 feet on Church Avenue. Together with all the tenements, heredttaments and appurtenances :herewith connected or therewith bclon~ng, together with furniture, ~icve and cooking utinsils therein contained. Also that certain real property, ccnsSsttng and being a seven six- mains open from 9:{)0 p. m. daily. CONTRACT CLUB 8:00 a. m. to Mrs. Frank Cantrill will be ho~- tess th~s evening to the Thursday Contract Club at a br!dge - dessert. Miss Mary Schieser returned this week from a San Francisco vacation, to resume ber duties as teacher at the Lincoln Elementary School near Greenville. Miss Florence Short and Miss ]~fattte l~trmstone, teachers in the, Greenville Elem.ent-ury School, re- tm~cd this week from a summer: Vecaction spent on the coast. Miss Franceska Furlan arrived l~t week from San Francisco where she spent the summer. Miss Furl~,n ts the commercial teacher for the Greenville High l School. ~ob Streeter, president of the A. F. of L, for Northern Califor- nia, accompanied by Charles Smith spent last week in Portland Oregon. Barbara West, Margaret Par- .~ons, Barbara Standart and M~'rgy l,~nah~.n left this week for Berke- tcenths (7-16ths) interest in what ~s Icy'. to enroll for the fall semester known as the Savercool 1L~tne, pat- at the University of California i Barbara Standart is a junior at tented, being lots 50, 51, 52 and 53 the University, Margaret Parsons East,of TownshipM. D. M.26 North Range 8 transfers from the Sacramento Together with the tenerhents, Jtn%r College and Barbara West hereditarr~ents and anpurtenances and Margy Lanahan enter the therewith connected or therewith University as freshmen. ~elonglng. ~ = ~eerk :; ~ S=e Terms and conditions of sale: rior Court Cash, lawful money of the United of the County of Plumes, State of S~ates, 10 per cent of the purchase ] California, at any time after the I money to be psid at the time of fhst publication of this notice and "sale, and the ba]anee upon con. l~efore the making of the sale. flrmation of sale. I DatedT~t/g~st 16th, 1940. Deed at the'expense of purchaser [ WAY]NE H. TRELEAVI~N All bids must be ~n writing andi Administrator of the Estate of may be ]eft at the office of M. C.i H. T. Treleaven, deceased. Kerr, attorney for sdmintstrafor,IM C. Kerr, et Quincy, Plumes County, CalL IAtttorney for a~ministrator. fornla, or may be filed in the officeI I~blished Aug. 22, 29; Sept. 5. M~. J. B. Holly and Mrs. Cook of Oroville were visiting friends and relatives in the Indian Valley last week. Henry Eakes and son, Frankie, and Capt Robert Sauer and son, Robert Jr are here from Sacrae mento for a visit with James C. i Eakes, brother to Henry Eakes. Sauer i~ captain of a vessel on the 2~iver Lines out of Sacramento. Mrs. Fern Loveness and daugh- ~e-, Dianne, of Canby are here on a visit to relatives. Clarence Fbi'S'returned Tuesday from Sacramento, bringing up a t~:ck load of furniture for the Farr Furniture Store. He states that he has a line of stoves for th~ falP trade and also many other items for the hon~. Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Rowett, Mrs. A.E. Allgewahr, Mr. and Mrs. C,rnelius Gallup and P~oy Carter will make up a Party to attend the I~'air on Treasure Island over the week-end They will leave Friday evening by train, from ~Keddie. 1Er. and Mrs. J. E. Stampfli and son, Edward, visited relatives in Janesville and Susanville Sunday. {:,1; rL CAFE ISunday, Aug. 25 W!!! Cater to Private Parties In New Private Dining Room A New Delicious Bread for All the Family Fortified WitCh WHEAT GERM Contains Vita~ns B, E, and G This bread is baked with Ger- vita Flour which contains the concentrated vitamins found in wheat. It has ten times the wheat germ contained in 100% Whole Wheat. BAKED AND SOLD AT DUf::tRT PERMI:::INENT Wf::tVE $2.50 $3.50 $5.00 SERVICE ON HIGHWAY PHONE 28-M-5 INDIAN VALLEY BAKERY 4 LOCATED UP STAIR8 OF FORD GARAGE GREENVILLE, CALIFORNIA Just a Few of Our Many Items ~TOVES: GAS, WOOD ~ COAL RANGES - RUGS - BEDS SPRINGS- MATTRESSES-RADIOS - PIANOS - BREAK. FAST SETS - DRESSERS AND CHESTS OF DRAWERS SEWING MACHINE8 AND MANY OTHER ARTICLES FOUR OR FIVE GOOD TENTS FOR CAMPING Come ha and Get Our Prices Before Buying i Farr Furniture Store Clarence Farr, Proprietor Open Evenings Until 9:00 O'Clock highlights remain clear. ~'~ have refused to put checkreins upon scion or~ic progress. We have ]~-arncd fasts, ways of moving the products of field and factory from warehouse to hom~ throuzh mul- Ople-unit sales outlets. We have blo ~ked m~nority-inspired efforts fo destroy the methods that make fewer prices possible. California is blessed with cli- mate, geographical position, and tu,ic industrial merits. Yet thc~ htl~antages in themselves w ~d ,ot have produced the steady 0 - onomic awareness ,)f California's ~ix million citizens, vn awarene@ treat Was both dollar.and-cCt~ return and a permanent reward l~ the State s continued progre~ toward prosperity. U Mr. and Mrs. John Uboldi rsta~ er to Greenville Tuesday after $ vacation part of which they $P$~t a? the New York World'S Fsl , After their return from the e~! Mr. Uboldi, who is atheleflc c0aC~ and shop instructor in the Green" ville High School, attennded a Coach's summer school held ~ Monferey. NOTICE TO THE PUl~IJ(~ My wife, Mary Harvey, havl~ left my bed and board, I will ~, ~e re.::ponsib~e fo" any indebt nes~: incurred by her. Dated: Greenville, Callf0r~t~ August 22, 1940. S~gned: KENNETH ~AB'~rsf NOTICE TO THE pUBLI{~ Y will not beresPonslble for indebtedness incurred by any per son other than myself. ~1~ Dated : Greenville, Califor August 22, 1940. (Signed) JAMES H. ]~AI~I~' SINCERITY LOD0~ No. 132, F. & -~ 11~ Meets Second FridaY. S. F. LUZZADDER, Master, W. J. It ALL. Sec~ POLITICAL ADVERTIS~I~ LOST--616 tire-and 957-22 truck tube, between Greenville and Crescent Mills. Reward. Leave at the ]Indian Valley Record of- fice. It* J. P. BRANLEY (Incumbent) Candidate for Re.eleCtion to the Office of FOUND--Pair of eyeglasses on high school grounds, small glasses, probab| ~ for younger student. Apply Indian Valley Record. SUPERVISOR District No. $ P~umas County WANTED---~To buy old horses for fox'feed. Address, Feather RIc- er Fox Fam~n, Almanor, California. 2t WOOD ANt) I'OSTS leOR SALE-- All l(inds of wood and all lengths. J. E. SAMPSON. Greenville P. 0 HAS.E.HARRlt Known Throughout pltm~ County as "GREENVILLE CHA]gI~ (~mdldate for miner SUPERVISOR District No ~, Plumas ColIlltY ALL LADLES HATS NOW 08 CENTS Ladies'- Children's Slacks and Slack Suits Reg. $2. Now $1.59 Reg. $2.98. Now $1.98 Reg. $3.98. Now $2.98 HAROLD J. POWERS (Incumbent) Candidate for Re-EleCtio~ to the Office of STATE SENATOE District No. 1 Modoc, Lessen and Pitt~$$ Counties All Dresses at Special Sale Prices Reg. $2. Two for $2 Reg. $2.98. Now $1.98 $1 and $1.29 Dresses. Now 2 for $1.50 SK[RFS---$2.00. Now $1.00. $2.98. Now $1.98 Swimming Suits Reg. $1.98. Now $1.39. Reg. $2.95. Now $1.98 Reg. $3.95. Now $2.98 Also Big Saving on All Summer Shoes Reg. Stock priced from $1.98 to $5.95. Reduced to sell from 98c to $3.98 L. B. AIJSTII4 Candidate for the Office of SUPERVISOR District No. Plum~ County Primary Election Aught $I RE-ELEC~ ASSEMBLYMAI~ CLINTON J. Second District I[ Greenville, California Siskiyou, Modes, TrirdtYd I ~ Shasta, Lessen, Pluma~ a~ Sierra C~unties pie's fight against new The l, ily--dripping with fresh dew--gleaming in its sliver wa- ~fJ~ tars--is Nature's symbol of utter cleanliness ~ l ll~ PLUMAS LAUNDRY has become this town symbol S for utter I elemdiness In clothes. Our more modem, more complete pro VOTE FOR IIl i i~l i~e ~ mym~um! sTifyhly utr~ ft!i ilf!r :i!x i1 kmi~d~ht :fi!:m ;~l~i: * Ir~|i: - Wl~][J[~ I. P g III] -,". """LOCKof Dunsmuir I See Max, With the Red and Yellow I OR I . ASSEMBLYMAI~ l Truck Every Thursday and Friday Second District [ Phmas Laundry- P0rtola