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THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1940 INDIAN VALLEY RECORD All Seven for One Year tl HERE'S 'WHAT YOU GET! COLLIER'S (Weekly) 52 Issues WOMAN'S HOMI COMPANION 12 issues WOMAN'S WORLD 12 Issues HOUSEHOLD MAGAZINE 12 Issues THE COUNTRY HOME. 12 Issue FARM JOURNAL and FARN[ER'S WIFE ]2 Issues GREF NVILLI INDI 'A:N VALLEY RECORD 52 Issues If you prefer, you can have LIBERTY Magazine, or LOOK (the picture magazine) one year instead of Collier's. YOU GET ALL SEVEN publications for ONE FULL YEAR, and if you are already a subscriber to ANY of these well-known publications, your present subscription will be extended one full ear. Return the coupon below to our office AT ONCE, and you will receive FIVE BIG MAGAZINES each month, also COLLIER'S and THE INDIAN VALLEY RECORD each week--that's 112 magazines and 52 newspapers 164 issues in all--for only $3.50. (ORDER AT ONCE before we have to withdraw this offer, or advance the price. USE THIS C01YPON AND SAVE $3.00 Date INDIAN VALLEY RECORD, GREENVILLE, CALIFORNIA : I want to accept your magazine offer before it is withdrawn. Enclosed is $3.50 in FULL PAYMENT for a ONE YEAR'S subscription, I F./W or RENEWAL, to the following SEVEN publications: [N- :IAN VAI. 1 Y RECORD I yr. HOUSEHOLD MAGAZINE 1 yr. 0OLLIBR'S (Weekly) 1 yr. THE COUNTRY HOME 1 yr. WOMAN'S HOME COMPANION 1 yr. FARM JOURNAL and WOMAN'S WORLD 1 yr. FAPA IF 'S WIFE 1 yr. ( ) Cheek here if you want LIBERTY one year instead of Collier's. ( ) Cheek here if you want bOOK one year instead of Collier's. Name Address Pown State Mrs. Murlel Maunder CorreslJondent Mrs. Lee Johnson and Mrs. Er- eel Bates went to Yuba City last Wednesday. Mrs. Raymond Edsen and child- ren, of Susanville, spent several days of last week here with Mrs. 'Charlotte Elwood. Tony Freeman left Thursady on ~* business trip to Brawley. ~.rs Doris Wilson was here Sun- day from Browns Valley. "" Mr. and Mrs. Ray Eartleson and Mr. Frank Sherman of I-Yv?yward ~cre in town Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. George Young of ~ '~n Francisco spent the week-end here with Mrs. Florence Young. Mrs. Annie Stkes came home from tl~e Batson hospital Sufiaay. Her erm is healing as well as can be expected. :Mr. and Mrs. K W. Fisher were droner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dan Vandament in Virgilia Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Neilsoh and elflldren, Mr. and Mrs. D. H. HeN ~ey and son of San Franchisee~ spent Sunday and Monday with the C. R. Holmstroms. :Mr .and :Mrs. G. R. Clark left, Tuesday to attend the state fail in Sacramento. Dorothy Mullen has spent the ps.sl few days here with her grand- !parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Her- ring, while her parents, Mr. and I[Ms. Lesll? Mullen attended the fair iin Sacramento Mrs. C. L Stephenson left Friday ,night for Santa Rosa where she will visit her mother, Mrs. Marie Bur- nett. She will also recei~'~ medi- ,al treatment. ~Mrs. Albert Patterson of Chico and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Patterson of Oroville were guests of the F. C. Eldreds Sunday and Monday. Miss Evelyn Taresh of Red Bluff and Mr. and Mrs. Bert Awbrey of Chester spent the week-end at {be C. H. Tareah home. Mrs. C. M. Goodhue who has been quite ill during the past week is now able to be up. Miss Barbara Bal~win and Mrs. Patric]a Mansell of Oakland spent the week-end with the C. M. Good- hues. Mr.'and Mrs. Sisk and grandson of Chico spent the past few days here with Mr. and Mrs. George "Chamberlain. Mrs. Sisk is Mrs. Chambelains sister. Z~-r. and Mrs. EImer Koken of SuP, anville and Mrs. Burma Vittori Of San Francisco called on Mrs. J. J. Pierce and Mrs. Rose Church Frida. Mrs. Joe Webb of Reddin~, Mrs. Amy Overmyer and Mrs. Etta Becraft of Sacramento, Mrs. Virgin- ia Rose and daughters of Cotton- wood, called on Mr. and Mr& J. A. tIardgrave Thursday. Mr. and M~. Niels ~IyT6n and children of Susanville called on friends here Sunday. w Mrs. F. C. Eldred attended a teachers meeting in Quincy Satur- day. Mr. and Mrs. J.A. Hardgrave v, ere Susanville visitors Friday. The County Road Crew is oiling the main streets here. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Taresh aud children, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Elen- ger, and Mr. and Mrs. Macel Mc- i Cutcheon and ehilden went to Las- sen Park and Redding Sunday. ~drs. Chas. Wilson was the hos- tess for ,-t household shower given Mrs. Irvin Lambert last Thursday. Those who attended were: Mrs. AmyHardgrave, Mrs. Salts ~?~ar- via, Mrs. Timey Cooke, Mrs. Rose. ~nary Lambert, Mrs. Frances I-]:orn- lag, Ms. Mary Cunow, Mrs. Lois Mc~utcheon, Mrs. Edna Freeman, Mrs. La Verne Elenga, Mrs. Pearl ~ney, Mrs. Dorothy Fisher, Mrs. Etta Lambert, Mrs. Helen Stephen- sen, Ms. Edna Fisher, Mrs. Lena Sobrero, Mrs. Angelena Cozzallio, IMrs. Marion Taresh, Mrs. Maude Taylor, Mrs. Ethel Curnow, Mrs. Pearl Soprero, Mrs. Charlotte E1- ~:~---~l I Ill wood, Mrs. Marie Sorsoll, Mrs. Viv- ,~ -- ien Wise, Mrs. Esther Miller, Mrs. ]:)t;ris Y:lkcl, Mrs. Pearl (]oodhu~L Itribulio~ of motor!~;ts ,~,~1 motor Mrs. Della Herring Mrs. MartbaI cnrriers has now rea,hed more than ]2a~nes, Mrs. Gladys :Hoimstrom, oi c and one-half billion dollars an- Mgs. Jul[:~ Retzlaff, ]~rs. Muriel p cally. In fact, the non-partisan Maunder, Miss Vclma Wilson ,tnd IF.astman report shows that in the Miss M:trion Curnow. [1.q21-37 period, highway users paid ~ ~$o01,138 000 more" l~han their a~.~- Miss 2aye Boyd of Orovtlle vial- signed costs! ted Mrs. Aldo Sorsoli Saturday. I Little wonder, then, that the de- mand for reduced toll fees and for Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Tayl rtcventual toll-free highways has be- went to Sacramcn[o Saturday tel [come pretty near unanimous. And attend the Fair. i that demand, be it noted, seems to bc getting excellent results. Bobble Pedcn, grandaughter 'ff~ o Mrs. I~eatricc Nelson, ha spentI TItE EYES OF SAFETY th~ past two weeks with her at ~l~e %V H. Dolphin home. ~ Vv~hen it comes to things we ~ [dcn't like, most of us fall into one 2tDMISSION DAY ~cf two classes. Some of us shut I CUr eyes with a bang. Others face Yes, California's ninety years the sight and see it through, seek- young next Monday---as a State. ing a solution. l~nl as a place fabled in legend aml t ~Vhcn it comes to blc'hway safe. ,~o~ ght for by the fortune- hunters,iy, most of us fall !r, to the first, ot several nations, her history goes ~f these g~oups. We see the mass back centuries. The land of El Do- of langled metal blocking ('~e high-. ~adc is no such newcomer as the ,~ay. We see the sh,~ttered wreck, )ears of her statehood would sug- a grotesque carieatuw+ of a shiny ,'est. Her coastline was being ex- new car. But "W'h'e.n it comes +o plored by the white-sailed caravels i seeing our own personal role in Of Cabrtllo four centuries ago; 2q~lthc safety Crusade, we tightly years before the first colonists ar-~close our eyes and pess by on the rived, at Jamestown a California other side. Such "eye closers" can harbor gave shelter to the storm-I offer little help in the fight for wracked ships of Sir Francis Drvke's expidition. And before : C~alifornia won statehood on Sep- fember 9, 1850, before the gold rush stampede lat.~ached her first bi:r boom era, its wealth ~and its~ fame .had already led four nations to unfurl their flags over California. In fame and in wealth, in resour- ces, in scenic splendor, and in the vision and spirit that a vanished ~Ncstern frontier has left still stamped on its people of today, C~0tfornia has reached no ebb ttge. :A glamorous queen rich in memor- ie.~ and years, California can view a birthday cake of 90 candles, con- fident the best years of her life are yet to come! CALIFORNIA BUYS BRIDGES The day fast approaches when toll fees on highways will be as ex- tinct as the gilded coaches that rumbled over the king's highway in olden times, as outmodeG as the horse-drawn Concord coach of the 1850's. Wielding a stout broom, Califor- nia has been sweeping th~se fees off her highways and into the ash- bin in recent years. She has Just taen another swipe at stiff toll bar- rlers with the purchase of the pri- "vately owned Antioch and Carqui- ~ez bridges. This bit of house- cleaning means good news to hun- d~eds of thousands of motorists, for w~thin two weeks the present steep traffic safety. They close their eyes to the need or supreme per- sonal interest, and sometimes open them to the whi~e glare of the hos- pttatrs walls. Vv'here eyes have been opened wide to the safety problem, the accident rate has been slashed. ~rithin the past year the motor units that distribute metropolitan papers have waged a special safe- ty campaign. 'The result has been a fifteen per cent decline in their accident rate. Inter-city highway oplera~ore have shown an ~even greater safety surplus, with an ~;e4|dent decI!ne of morc~ ~,ha~ twenty-five per cent. When next you pass the remains of som~el-odys mtstake blocking the i high-way, let it be with this feel- ~ivg: "Perhaps someone Just like ! me, a nornml, average driver, caused the pain and tragedy that came with that accident." Let~ it be an eyeopener and youql be a better and safer driver. --IN~DIAN VALLEY COMMUNITY CHURCHES Order of services until further notice. Greenville: Sunday School 10:00 a. m. C~ssses for all ages. Morning Worshtp 11:00 a. m. Even,ng Service 7:45 p. m. Young Peoples Meeting every W'ednesday 8:00 p. rn. Prayer Meeting Thursday 8:00 toll of 50 cents will be pared to 30. I P' F:x, en with this sharp reduction, the lowen faes will, within eight years, I pay f6"rthe price of the bridges. Left far behind are the 18th cen- tury days when the traveling pub- lic would tolerate roads owned and operate-I by private trusts. Today public highways are supported by the public that uses them for busi- ness of pleasure. The generous con- m. Taylorsvllle: Sunday School 2:00 p. m. ~?nurch Service 8:00 p. m. Crescent Mills: Sunday School 10:00 a. m.~ Indian Mission: Tuesday 7:45 p. m. You are cordially invited to the above services. STA.NI~Y WEBSTER I~A~TOR Where we serve the best of everything in Wines. Liquors. General Merchandise Greenville California