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tpaqe Two INDIAN VALLEY RECORD Thursday, August 26, 1954., i THE INDIAN VALLEY RECOPD PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY NIGHT Entered in the Post Office at Greenville, ['lumas County, Calif. Second-class Matter under Act of Congress of lVlarch 3, 1879 THELMA A. JOHNSON AND E. NORMAN JOHNSON Owners and Publishers Adjudicated at Quincy, Calif.; Dec. 29, 1931 (Decree No. 2591) i ........ J (Editor's note: The following editoriaI was xtte: in tribute to the meanary of Sammy Brown by .his friend Publisher Dan Beebe cf the OoviI'le Mercur- Regter, and is reprinted here by permission} : Life and death are past our understanding. Why a fine young life shoutd ! taken while a worthless, re- volting creature is left alive is an unsolved problem. Sammy Brown, who gave much of his time to the cause of whole- some irmtruction of youngsters, lay dying while an inhuman eature, depraved as only hu- mans can be depraved, was doing all he could to ruin the life of a little child. A way must be found to dls- po=e of this menace. Science can dO it; only the re!uctance of the ptibli to take final action stands in the way. And science must solve the pblio problem, so terrible because it kills or maimc the young, no matter ncv p:'oqLt:ug a:d val- uable. YESTEDA'/ M K R C U R Y presencd o: one Dage a tragic study i. contrt, but the sorid phae received more attention than the sad one. Realizing this would be the case, the writer did what he could to p='zsent the life and ideals of .Sammy Drown. It may seem strange that so many love;! this boyish young man, whose life was a combina- tion of care.roe ba;pmecs In the rolling hills a.nd grinding work in the husbardng of the herds and the care of his special friends, the horses. Yet it is true that all those who knew him feel a deep personal loss, and will continue to feel it, for there is no one to take his place. Sammy Brown. Let us remem- ber this clean young man and try to forget the despised one, while we gather sufficient determina- tion among the people to dispose of those Ike him in an efficient manner.--Oroville Mercury-Regis- ter. give OF DIMES I00LLEB'S Telephone !-M tor Delivery Service Min and Crescent Sts. X-RAY TO VISIT ;.SIERRA AREA DURING LATE FALL  Elma Plappert, tJeld rep- el the CaIifbrn T-B from Srt Fran- helping conduct a preliminary survey for e nul the looal association. Others help- she tid. It is e the X-Ray truck GEe. NA,EATH IMPROVING George C. Naseath of Greenville is expected to be released from the hospital this week and hopes to be able to come home next week according t9 word received here following a visit tO SaCento Iv. tiil Mrs. Glenn Slrna Geoie day in moving quonset designed here. to acra- monte for, the of a ape- CHU SERVICES FOR SUNDAY, AUGUST 29, 1954 GREENVILLE COMMUNITY METHODIST CHURCH Church Schaol- 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship  11 a.m. We will conclude our study of the Psalm, s: "Shepard of Life." Twloravllle Community Church Worship 9:45 a.m. Church Shool !0:45 a.m. Crescent Etills Co,:;munity Church Sch.,ol 9:45 a.:n. Church V,'orsh p with Gre:nville at 11:00 ram. We welcome all to these opportu- nities for Christian growth. E. tt[. Podoll. pastor GREENVILI.E BAPTIST CHURCH 329 Crescent Street Rev. Ernest Bragg, Pastor 5;unday School 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship-11:00 a.m. Training Union 7:30 p.m. Evening Wcaship 8:30 p.m. Midweek Serviee. Wed.. 7:30 p. m. EVERYBODY %VELCOME FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH 204 Jessie StreeL Greenville Rev. J. E. Sparling, Pastor 10:00 a.m. -Bible School. classes for all ages. ! ! :00 a.m.Morning Worship. 7:00 p.m.---Young Peoples' Ser- vice. 8:00 p.m.-Evening service. 7:30 p.m.---(Thursday} B i b 1 e Study and Prayer Meeting. Standing for The I;OOK. the BLOOD, the BLESSED HOPE MISSIONARY BAPTIST Elder Elmore Harry, Preacher P, unday School 9:45 a.m. Worship Service I:00 a.m. Training Course 7:00 p.m. Evening Service 8:C0 p.m. Serwces heh in the home of Terry Plumhw, Quincy Junction Road. Every?dy welcome. ASSEMBLY OF GOD Rev. H E. Chestar, pastor Sunday School 9:45 a.m. Sunday Worship Service 11 a.m. Sun. Evenhq Service 7:30 p. Wednesday Bible Study- 7:30 p.m. ._ :  -NT:: -DAY ADVE[TIST CHURCH Elder C. E. MMv;till, pastor 9:3  ,:n--S:d.,b,.[h Scx)l il:00 .:n.--('hurch %Vtr::'dp. C.,ncy At Seventh 12ay Adventist Church in East Quincy .9:30 a..',L--ChurL, h Worship. ImaO a.m.--Sabbath School. ST. ANTHONY'S CATHOLIC CHURCH Father J. J. Corcoran. Pastor Saturday Mass8:30 a.m. Sunday Mass--10:45 a.m. St. John's (Quincy)--9:00 a.m. CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF LATTER DAY SAINTS Greenville Msonte Hall Priesthood at 9:00 a.m. Sunday. Sunday school a 10:30 a.m. every Sunday except the first Sunday of each month, when it is held at 10:00 a.m. Primary (,!:..:,es are held at 3:45 pro" evvr)" Wednesday st the C:'cenville Legion Hall F::23T LUTHERAN CHURCH Rev. Arlis Ehlen, pastor Worsh!p Service at the Greenvill Funeral Chapel 9 a.m the 2nd and 4th Sunday each month. Sund.y School. 10:00 a.m. every Sunday at Greenville Funeral Chapel Bik:e Study class on 1st and 3d Wednesdays at 7:30 p.m. ATTEND QUINCY PICNIC Mr. and Ms. R. W. Lrkey, Joan and uzamae Happy Birthdays to August 22---Sally Jane Mclntyre, Jennifer Makowski August 23---Gould Fic':ardt August 24--Cornelius Gallup August 25---Mrs. Gladys Ridge, Jares Sweeney August 25.--Barney Hall, Corey Sue Wright August 27 -- Randall Goldenson, Mrs. Stanley Nagler, Del Elkin ANN IVERSAY CONGRATULATIONS TO August 22---M r. and Mrs. Bill Baker August 27--Mr.. and Mrs. Jim Hamblin, Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Stockton LUTHERANS INVITED TO PICNIC AND SERVICE AT CLEAR CREEK, SUNDAY Members and friends of the First Lutheran Church of GPeendllc will attend an outdoor service and church picnic next Sunday, Aug. 29 t Clear Creek. neat Wstwood, advises Arlis hlen, Ideal past(r. The jint sere-ice, which will be- gin at 11:00 a.m., is planned for all rnembdrs of the Lutheran con- gregatiorm at Greenville, Quincy, l%rola, Chester, Susanville, axtd Herlong. The Rev. Rudi P. Lenser, of Susanville, will conduct, the ser- vice, while the sermon 'ill be de- livered by Vicar Ehlen. A potluck picnic dinner is sched- ,uled to take place immediately fol- lowing" 'the service. Victors are welcome to attend. HOME FROM VACATION C. J. Gallup is back at the Vet- erans Service office this week after en:oying a two weeks vacation attending the reunion of his World War II naval outfit at Cin- cinatti, Ohio. He also visited friends and relatives in Buffalo. New York and in Vermont. GEOIGE SHEFFIELD NOW TRA:N:NG !N SAN D:EGO George Edwxl Sheffield of Greenville, son of Mr. and Mrs. Hry E. Sheffield. was enlisted in the IT. S. Navy on August 17, 1954 according to T. F. Abern,atha U. S, Navy recruiter in Reno, Nevada. Ceorge F, Taduated from Green- ville high school and has lived in both Greenville and Crescent Mills. At present he is undergoing re- cruit tra'ining in Sa,n Diego, Cali- fc,Ynia Naval Training Center for a period of -,levcn aeeks. Upo': Mr. and Mrs, Lawrence Lyon * Greenville announce the hirth a son, Casey Alan Lyon. on Au. 6th. weight 9 Ibs. 5 ozs. Gary Lloyd Brown arrived s;t Batson hospital on Saturday, AUg. 21, the scm of Fletcher an5 y?atrici Brown of Crescent Mills. He v:eigl ed 6 lbs. and has brothers Jim, Larry, Caxl and a sister, Sandra, waiting for trim t come home- Sam Brovm of Crescent Mill and Mrs. Hazel Brown of Greenville are the g=randparents. C00IENDAR OF EVENTS 2nd and 4th Tuesday of ea month--Drivers' licenses cbta i able at Greenville Justice Coudb Sunday not--Church serviCk open to the public. For detail# see listing of the church of your own choice (Page 2). Second Tuesday each month " T. F. Abernatha, navy recrulti" officer, will b at Gree'nville p.O, from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Friday, August 27, 2 p.m" Lutheran Ladies Aid will meet at. the home of Mrs. Harold Norbelb Sun. p.m., Aug. 29--Dedicatia8 of Native Sons Hall at Taylorsville the former Taylorsville sohaOi building. Saturday, Sept. 4--Labor DaY dance at I. V. Grange Hall, TaY" Iorsville, sDonsored by the CathOlic churches of Greenville and QuincY" Musm by Ruby's orchestra. September 10-11 -- Brownie a"d Girl Scout Workshop at Chester' Anyone interested is advised to contact Adair Stroing for detaillV Sunday, September 19, 10 a.[ First District Three Legion ar Auxiliary meeting at Greenvill Wednesday, Sept. 29, 8 p.m. I The musical presentation ,,pett Rabbit" will be staged at Gre; ville High School auditorium wi all professional adult perform er Sponsored by Greenville p.-T.A. Saturday, OCt. 23, 1:30 p.m; Food sale and bazaar at Green w", Masonic hail, sponsored by the St. Anthony's Altar Society. completion of this training, he will ................ " ..................................... he granted a leave to return home, Indian Valley Post N'o. 56S Wblo in trainn he vail ha.i'a knu[ tying, smM1 boat h2ndlin,:g, une c,f a rifle, types of naval ves- sels and other things useful to a ilor. LOREN BARTHOLF GIVEN U. OF C. SCHOLARSHIP Loren William Baxtholf of Green- ville has been awarded a Laverne Alexander Platt Scholrship by the University of ornia, the Un- iversity's CommiVcee on Under- axluate Scholarships announced today. Loren, son of Mr. and Mrs. lmlph Nf, is a sophomore student in Letters and Science on the Ber- keley campus of the University, and an honor student at Creen- vil!e High Schaol. This awa.-d is largely based on scholastic achievement and rep- resent,s a "real distinction," the University Committee said. SHRINERS TO CONVERGE ON FOREST LODGE FOR LUNCHEON FRIDAY ,Resplendent in full uniform and accompanied by their chanters and bend, 8 to I0 bus loads of members of the Ben Ali Shrine Temple of Sacramento are expected to con- vene at Forest Lodge for luncheon tomorrow noo. show and prade at Susanville to- AIR!CAN LEGION AND AUXILIARY Meets 2rid i:onday of each u ot at 7:30:p.m. in (;reenvztte Veterans and service men welCOnt# INDIAN VALLEY GIIANC No. 43g Meets 1st and 3rd Tuesday of esdl month at 8 p.m. in Taylorsville HARRY WELSH, Master PAUL A. BUSH, Secre tft 14. S HANNON, Flail lt" SINCERITY LODGE No 13"2, F. & A. 1VL ..Iees 2nd Friday o each moz at S p.m, in Greenville Visiting Brothers Welcome! LYAL WELLS, W.M. GR LO.O.F. LODGE No. 252 Meets let and 3rd Wednesda,, at 8 p.m. in Oddfellows Hall Visiting Brothers Welcome CLIFFORD NEWTON, N ELMORE HUNT, Se'y HERE FROM SOUTH Mr. and Ms. family are ,spending a few Gaeenville Vtsttlr M Bausch and duughter My. m a:fternbon. This will be followed by intiatio of a class R iv.er Shrine Club, including : a is the