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TH'URSDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1940 I]~D~N VALLEY RECORD J Indian Valley Record Published Every Thursday By LAURENCE LOCKNEY ]~nt~'ed as second-class matter November 27, 1930, at the post office at Greenville, California, under the AYOOB BRINGS HOME A BUCK Chris Zunino and Mike Ayoob dashed off before breakfast recent- ly for a bit of hunting. They chose the Last Chance country as a like- !ly place for a lurking deer. It was Zuntno who save the deer, first fired GARDEN CLUB WILL MF ,ET WITH PORTOLA CLUB'~C'P. 11 The Indian Valley Garden Clul~ has accepted an Invitation ~o meet vAth the Las Plumes Garden Club at Portola Friday, October ]I. The and missed. Then-Ayoob, advanc-, luncheon will be held at 1 p m. CHRISTMAS TREES WILL DS ing 50 paces, t~rned around three ] This luncheon, which will be held RE SOLD ON FOREST LAN hines, counted ten, and fired. When tin the community church in Per- the smoke of battle had lifted I 'item will ceJebrate the fir,~t anni- ~ as trees fo tilethere lay the buc--~, very dead I ' ~,ale oi ~nI~stm r [ versary of the Las Pluraas club /~.oaltlonal oeer hunters to ~t~, 1940 season is announced by the "h~'- -a--^ ard ~'~al"h Detwtlcr a [ Inasmuch as the Indian Valley Plumes National Forest. Bi~Is have it ~,- $ ,~ - v,| . four-point buck and a 205 pound Carden Club members have been a~reaay peon receives on an trees r [muleltall, the biggest buck of the requested to let the members of to oe sole tins year. ~pproximct~e-[ iv 5 000 trees will be cut on ~zov-Iseas n tar tins area. Tom 'rraey the Portola club know the num- ez~r~ent land These are from~se- [bagged a three-pointer Mr. Shoe- be of persons who plm~ to attend lerton bagged a forked horn ana a YTom lnman vauey, tnose WhO can leeted areas at the head of Mug-F tnree-pomter gins Creek in the Greenville dis-[ " r "he slo ~s of ithI ~;oo ~;ou, states tnat ne has oe~, tnct and f am t p Sm I i nunt|ng almost every say out, a~ l--eal m tne naonawi restrict. [ yet no soap. Purchasers will cut selected tree ~,' ] J. E. Stampfli is also accredited accoraing to ~orest ~crvme regina.! with a zero. tions, In both areas the curing oe trees will result in thinning theC; J. McIntyre made a .business brest to permit more rapid growth trip to 'San Franci~co Sunda of remaining ~rees. " ~Agbt, returning Tuesday. go are asked ~to notify either Mrs. Ivy Mae Perry or Mrs. T. L. Han- non. Also, those echo would like to go but have no car and are willing to share the exp~nse ~^ the triJ, and those who will have uxtra room it'. their cars, are reque'.~ted to giw: I such information to Mrs. Perry or Mrs. ttannon. TO OUR CUSTOMERS Once again each of the many services gas and electricity perform for you day and night will be done for you at lower cost. In October a system-wide reduction in gas and electric rates will effect a saving of $5,000,000 annually to our customers. Gas customers will save $3,000,000 a year and electric customers $2,000,000 a year. These latest rate cuts make it possible for you to enjoy more liberally the conveniences and comfort of modern gas and electric servants. Through your increased use of gas and electricity since 1928, you have in a large degree made these reductions possible. Careful management with a continuous application of new economies and efl]ciencies in the Company's operations have likewise been important in lowering the cost of its service. P. G. AND E. RATES --- BOTH GAS AND ELECTRIC -- HAVE LONG BEEN AMONG THE LOWEST IN THE NATION. NOW THEY ARE LOWER THAN EVER BEFORE. PACIFIC GAS AND ELECTRIC COMPANY 12X-940 L]~I~ER FROM A SELF-MADE v/th shoulders, if you get what I [morning. We played game~ Wttll SON TO HIS PARENTS Imean. We certainly we,'e a con-]another Model A Ford just like I trust in our slack pasts, spo~tlours all the way to San Jose, (The following letter, written by Ish~rts (Ruben wore his school J This morning we got up at ~ a~d Bob Lockney to his parents, Mr. ." " I kept banglng on 'the piano s~ - " ' - " d sweater) and shghtly dirty appear. and hers. t~aurence ~.OCKnCy, C- I playtng horns until we left for ~a~ scribes a few phases of life in the ance, to the tuxedos and .~owtics , Big.Town-on-the-Slough. Bob is at- tended San Jose State CoRege and Floyd Manthe and Ruben Farter are attending Sacramento Junior College) : the hoity-toy that were g:~tber,'d :~i the roseroom. But they r.~ok our dollar (cGver charge) and lot us! I past the gate. We wouhl al.~o have ~had to pay about $2.50 for a meal. but the head flunkey wouldn't let DEAR MADRE AND PADRE: YegterdaytSaturday)Floyd and Ru- ben came down from Sac, and, Boy~ did we have a swell time! We ~pli~ the expenses three ways, wi~h Ru- ben owing Floyd his third aloh~ with some other They both were pretty low in funds (so was I). Every minute we were in the house we kept ]~anging on the: plane. Floyd and I played double ~oogie Woogie, and LOUD!!! T'll bet you could hear us in Greenville. Floyd learned a lot of new Boogie licks from a friendd in Sacramen- to, and he taught them to me. He was going to bring thi~ Boogic- ~Voogle player down, but Floyd's l car has 'no seat in back, ~o we wi.2 walt until next time. Saturday afternoon we left fo': San Francisco and the Fair (on 10c gas). You should see Floyd handl,~ that Model A in traffic. I thougbt he was pushing his car into the traffic stream on purpose on left turns, etcs but later I found out that the right hind wheel is the only one with brake~. Alltogether, I llke his driving. We parkel the car by the Y. M. C. A. and took a ferry to the fair I asked the attendant at the gate what exhibits our passes would let t:S into, and be told us. "Anything you can talk your way into." Which meant nothing, since they atoppet those passes five days ago. The strangest thing happened in the science building. We were wait. ing for the cyclotron demonstra- tion to begin, walking up and down looking at various exhibits and m- variably returning to the cyclotron. Once I went to the door of the building to check fiq~ xeateh. When =we were standing near 'Lh~ eyclo- !tron exhibit Just before the exhibit a cop came up to us and zaid. "Darer you guys start anything here now." And we said: "Are you k~dding us?" "No,' he said: "I've been watching you for some time. i Now, don't start anything'7' And I askeg h~m if he thought we wer,~ going to ~teal an atom Dut he meant it, and to prove it, he ask,~.] me why I went to the door ~o si~- hal roT. gang But I answered him so quick that I went to set my watch that we had him there By this time we were getting urettv sore and Ruben called him a "screwball." He told us we would f~nd out when he set us on the ferry. Then we got real mad. There were about 20 persons there to watch the cyclotron, and we were none too quiet, We asked h~m what earthly use he thought we would want a "fake cyclotron for. This is no EXAGGERAq'.vO:N" He didn't have much to ~av hut hn. told us not to start any trouble and pretty soon he left. We sLtye:t to watch the cyclotron d~mo~stra- "tton, and kept kidding each other "about the criminal type and bld~n~ a cyclotron in our pocke'% Later I told Ruben that I wishet he would shave to avert susp~cton. Ite looked almost like a 'For~v Ntner. But he said It was becau.~e Floyd wouldn't buy any razor blades and then he threatened to use my raze,', so I let the subject drop. bur next bit of fun was nlayir.g boogie woogie (Flo- d playing th~ treble and I played the bass) ~n the Steinway piano erhibit, un;ll a gqy us in without a tie. So we :~to.)d around in that plush and n clvet mob until I asked a guy behind a desk what we could do, awl th~.t all we wanted was to hear Art~e Shaw. The guy was very nice to us ard told us that he couldn't do any- thing, but we could get in if we went home and p'at on sa ~t~ a~d ties. We told him that we were from San Jose and had just orne down fcr the day. So h- said it Was too bad and had the door man give us back OUr money and told 'us that we could probably hear him on some week-day ,~Ome time We thanked him and left. ! We then went out to Playi=nd, Ion the beach IFoyd, who had never been out to Playland before was disgusted, because all we really wanted was swing bands and there were none advertised in S.F. Then we came home about 1:39 S~;nday Jc~e to visit the college Floyd al~d Ruben left for ~e, cramenlo this tSunday) afternoon. Next tilal~ ',h,'y win bring down this t~ogl~ woogie piano player an.1 we will really go to town J A cleon, home-like hotel close to the and Wholesale Produce Districts-also Inexpensive reslourantl of marly |or which San Framcl$co is famous. Room With Bath SingleS1.25 Doublo$1. 0 Room Without moth-SInRI. 75,De~bl. $1.00 ParklnR Lo~ (adlolM~) 35c Reasonable and a Good place To Bring Your Family J DRAPED BEAUTY $2.95 for your dressier moments This dainty wedge sandal is a perfect complement to the new Side-Saddle, Drape in l~'all Dresses.Many other numbers at $2.45 and $2.96 SMAF~T NEW FALL ARRIVAI~ OF DRESSES, COATS, SUITS, JACKETS, SKIRTS AND SLACK SUITS NOW ON DISPLAY AT GREENVILLE J came up and ~sked ,zs to Mop, and [l~ Where we serve the best of everythingin to tell lthe other guys (people we l}~] didn't know) to quit; but P.uben[l~ said "Oh no~ That's you" job " . ,ilN Wines, Liquors, We tried to get into the Aquacade, |l~ the Foll~es, and the Puppets on aur|l~ passes---but no soap. 2o we told |~ the gu~/rd that we would boycott| the next fair. Then we went to ~ the Federal building and saw the Indian sand painters and the flying" fortress. We also stopped to l~,t Floyd enjoy a cowboy band. Finally, we ended up on the Gay Way. We wandered up and :lown, but d~dn't spend Anything, because we left early for San Francisco to hear Art~e Shaw at the Palaeo Hotel, We ate dinner in Chin~- town (chow mein) and wrestled with chopsticks and Chinese monna. Then we hunted all over town for the Palace, asking every ta~l driver where to go. Finally, we fmmd iL after going the wrong wry" on sev- eral one-way streets. VTow! Was it a palace! It stretched from hither to yon and back. The Univerrsity of ~I th4nk it was Michigan or Wiseonaln~ was having some kind of an evening there, and boy! were th~se Lirds ]gotten up! We rubbed shoulders General Merchandise Greenville California