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INDIAN VALLEY RECORD THURSDAY, OCTOBER 3, 2940 ii iii ii i, " HAPPY HOUR CLUB ~ Miss Hattie Firmstone an~l Miss I Harold Allen was a visitor "~t the MEETS WITH MRS. WARBEN |Florence Short spent the week-end[Harry Rilea home Monday. ---- |is San Francisco, where they at-] .~- A meeting of the Happy Hourltcnded the closing days of Lhe~--LEGION DANCE -- oc~r. L~.-- Club was held on the afternoon of|Fair on Treasure Island. | September 26 at the home of Mrs.I ] James G, Bunker spent the week- Rex Warren. The afternoon wasI -- LEGION DANCE --- OCT. 12--]cad in Oakland. pleasantly spent playing cards.m , . . .[ ,Vayne Joe ~n(I Bob Kyle. sons[ .~+ ~ r~- ~.e 19 Refreshments of gingerDreau aug- . ' I--~av~ ~.~ffi.~ ~ -- vv lof Mr. and Mrs. Sam Kyle havel conee were serves. ~ ' I ------ Those uttending were Mrs Dick gone to Klamath Falls, where their| :Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Bidwell and Davis Mrs Walter Short Mrs [ate employed at a sawmill. [(laughter, Mary Alice, returned Garland Frizzle Mrs. Everett Lit- [ LF~ION DAN-CE OCT 12 Irom Concord Sunday. Mrs. Btd- tlefield, Mrs. Henry Griesbach and[ " [well was called there last week to th~ hostess. ~ Roger Ayoob of Mare Island NavYlbe with her father, who has been - . ----o~ [Yard at Vallejo, brother of Mrs. I~[.[fll" VENISON DINNE'R ID. Ayoob, is here for a few days onl AT H~INO HOME la hunttng trtp. 1-- LISGION DANCE -- OCT. 12 -- Mr. andd Mrs. Felton B. Heine ]" LEGION DANCE -- OCT. 1$--| C. L. Hibbard, president of the were hosts at a venison dinner inl ~ [Indmn Valley Mmmg Company, ar- their new apartment~ Tuesday'[ Mr. and Mrs. A. ScandeIla have|rived from his home in Seattle, . ~ ~. : ~m. ' [m~,ved to Roseville where they wflllWashington Wednesday evening Mrs. O. (L Wardlow and Jackt, ]xnake their hotr/e in the future. [ -------- Ms" and Mr and M-s Bruce B;J I -- I A fire alarm was turned in 3 " Y " -- " Mrs. Fdna Short and daughter,[o,clock Sunday morning Response wflI ana mary /~llce. . T lth~s Noma Short of Janesville [ " ' '|by the firemen re~ealed that the [ ,yore here Monday. Is;arm was occasioned by heavy ~ar. aria cars j. 1~. ~ran,ey re-! I I -- I. moke coming from the flue at turned Tuesday night from San I-- I,EGION DANCE .-- OCT. 12-- Francisco. where they took )art in [ -- [ ne J~astlme ~luo. the closing days of the Fair. Fred t Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rilea and ] IC B. Murray ~.isited the Treasure Maddalena brought back the art ]farr:ily visited their sons, John Fair last week. this bein~ wozk in the Plumas county exhibP,|Loren, in Little Valley Sunday. ]his first and only trip to the Expo. wh~eh will be shown in Plumes [ |Pition. county schools. I--LEGION DANCE--- OCT. L2--[ ------- -- ~ Born, Thursday, September 26, to ,Mrs. Gilhert Webb, who has|Mr, and Mrs. Einar Knudsen, a son, ~,z SINCERITY LODGE ~been ill at the Batson nospit'~l, wa~at Sus~nville hospital Mrs IZ~ud- ,~k~- No. 13g, F. & A.M. [able to be removed to her l=on i,en is the former Mi~s Catherine ~r~x~r Meets Second Friday [Tuesday. |Staneart, daughter of Mr. an:l Mrq. Night of Each Mon*b ~ ' ~ [ [Frank Standart of Greenville " at 8 O'Clock. . [CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SOCIETY [ S. F. LUZZADDER, Master. I I ~---- W I flAiL S~(retar~ M ~ ~ " I eets every Sunday, Ii a. m In I the Clinch building, Quincy. Sun. ]day school at 9:45 a. m. Monthly 5, 10 add 15c Store COMPLETE LINE OF meeting, Clinch building, first Wed- acsday of each month, 8 p. m. --INDIAN VALLEY COMMUNITY CIIURCHF~ Open 8 a. m. to 9 p. m. Across From Masonic Hall 6REENVILLE II I I Barrie's Cafe WILMA BARRIE, Prop. SPECIAL 7-COURSE DINNER Sunday, Oct. 6 W'll Cater to Private Parties in New Private Dining Room Order of services until fur her notice. Greenville: : Sunday School 10:00 a. m. C)asses for all ages. Morning Worship 11:00 a. m. F~venm~ Service 7:45 p. m. Young Peoples Meeting every Wednes,lay 8:00 p. m. ~rayer Meeting' Thursday 8:C0 p.m. Tayiorsvllle: Sunday School 2:00 p. m. Church Service 3:00 p. m. Crescent Mills: Sunday School 10:00 a. m. Indian Mission: Tuesday 7:45 p. m. You are cordially ~nvited to the ai) ~ve services. STANLEY WEI~STE~ PASTOR CARff OF Tii NKS I II Vee desire to express our ~,:art. fel~ thanks to OUr friends for the TRY many floral presentations and sisal ,vl IrVi I~ " their acts of sympathy and ki~d- r,~.s~, in OUr berenvem'ent. A New Delicious Bread for All the Family Fortified Witch ~t . WIIEAT GERM Contains Vlta!ns B, E, and G vita Flour which ecmtains the lnC neentrated vitamtns foundwheat. It has ten times[ Greenville' Callf" I~~ Greenville, Calif. I[ the wheat germ contained in BAKED AND SOLD AT INDIAN VALLEY BAKERY No. 439 Mcels 2nd and 4th Tuesday evenings of em,h month at Taylorsvllle NEAL STARK, Master .IA31ES Y()UNG. Secretary. ~'~Y'~Y~'~L " " I Deposits Insured by The Federal Deposit Insurance Corp Washington, D. C. a o o $5,000 Maximum Insurance for Each Depositor O IIOME ECONOMICS CLUB of lhe Indian Valley Meets Every First Tuesday in Each Month at 2 P. M. PEARL BONEY, Chairman. F.THEL CURNOW, Secretary. ]1 All We Appreciate Your Account Whether Large or Snmll Aggressor nations attack only when they think they can win. Here are ~omn facts that ~hould dllcourallo such ambitions towmrd the United States The same bomber can fly faster and farther in the United States than in Europe. It can carry 20% more bomb Why? Because in Ameri t we manufacture 100 octana aviation gasoline in quantity-- thing no other nation can do I But that's only half the story. America's oll companies can expand their refineries to provide aviation fuel for 50,000 planes, or even more, faster than the planes can be built. h There Enough Crude Oil? Yes, thanks to the industry'4 oluntary conservation pro- gram, Pacific Coast wells are operating far below capacity. No other country in tht, world can even begin to sup- port a modern mechanized ~rmy on its domestic produc- tion of petroleum. But the United States can, because we have over half the proved 0il reserves of the world. The Pacific Coast by itself can supply the Navy---even a two ocean Navy---with all the fuel oil, diesel oil and special- ized greases it will ever need. Rubber and Explosives from Oil Synthetio ~b~, developed by petroleum research chemists, is now being produced in commer- cial quantities in eooperat[on with the largs rubber manufacturers. Before our present supply of natural rubber is exhausted, the U. 8. can be made 100% self-suffi- cient with rubber made from oil. NO-HOSTEESS Mrs. Curt E. Setzer of Sa:ramen- law conform to the Federal reg'.~' CLUB to is visiting her daughter, Mrs. tions, and pursuant to and by ~r, Russell Rolfe. tu~ of the authority vested in ~. The No-Hostess Bridge Club will by the provisions of Sections 11~ to 1158 inclusive of the Fish sag meet Friday, October 11, at 1 "------- Game Code State of Californlk o'clock at the Sorsoli Hotel in Cres-Charlels E. Matthews arrived Chapter 780,' Statutes of 1933, it h~ cent Mills for the usual monthly fccm Sacramento Tuesday. He was ordered that all areas within w, Stats of Californ;a, and in eachaa~ bridge luncheon. At the ~epter~l~er accompanied by Mr. and Mr~, ('vezy county thereof, be and t~ rr~eeting the ways and means of Glenn Matthews, son and d augZier,same are hereby closed to the h~.a! providing playing cards for the in-law of Charles Matthews. Glenn ins, taking or killing of any W~ bridge games were discfissed withMatthews is connected with the TERFOWL, WILSON'S SNIPE,~. JACKSNIPE, AND coOT, ~av~ ~hose pre~ent finally deciding that State Fish and Game Commission, a~d except from the 16th day 0~ each person attending is to donate[with headquarters at Los Banes. October to the 14th day of DaceS" one new deck of cards Those who [ -- ber, both dates inclusive, and I~ rlan to attend the October lunch-I tween sunrise and 4"00 p m (Staa0" I Mrs A. J. Maunder and[ Mrs C ard Time) excepting Wil'son'S S~llt~' eon are reminoea at tnm time :o, " ' ortJ~ck:niPne,riWhich may be t~e~ . . I L. Stephenson were here Tuesday ~r]ng car~s I,b ee su se and sunset. .~. ." . - . I from Taylorswlle. The hostesves fOr the (~ay are[ IT IS FURTHER ORDEI~a' Mrs. H. P. West, Mrs. Gerald SimP-I lhat in addition to the puiMicatt~ son and Mrs. A. M. ,Vise ~ftt!OIsi!~!rfthP:?fV~rdneid~ha~;'~ors; ~ I STATE OF CALIFORNIA n l~tr. and Mrs. l~ex Hall visitedI DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL (opy hereof be posted at the C~i~e fziends in Pittville and Fall Rixe;|RESOURCF~ h, use of said County at the P~ , ~)Jls ~unuay. |[ ORDER C3~OS1NGHuNTINGARFAS TO where notices are posted purS~a~.f ] to the provisions of Section 120v Eorn, Saturday, Septemb~." 28, ":t| For the purpose of further pro- the Probate Code, State of Calif0~ the Batson hospilal, to Mr. a:~d testing waterfowl, Wilson's snipe, nia, or some other consptCU0 a . ~ - ~ or ~acksnipe and coot and for in place. S~I Mrs. E u.u o ~,v,-~v ,~ ~,u '," ' vuring their larger growth and bet. Given under my hand and . . ~ . tcr means of propagation and to lh~s 10th day of September, 194~. Mrs Garland Frizzle o- ~x ~e ~ne eno o~ improving nunung con Original signed by ~. Canyon was in town TueJ.l~y of d!tlons generally throughout ti~e RICHARD SACHS~ Director of Natural ResoUr ~.~' thin week. ~ Sl~t~v, THEREFORE, upon the 1, Culbert L. Olson, Governor, dOS Henry Davenport and father have recommendation of the Fish an.:l hereby give my Consent to the ~0v ,~ ~ ~Game Commission of the State of sad foregoing order. -I~ morea to ~s 2~.ngelc~ ~u ,~,*~ Cahf r 1 their home ' o ~ ia, and to make the State CULBERT I~ eLSe ' Harold French--was in town re- eently from the dredging site on I upper Indian Creek. WOOD AND I'OSTS POlL SALE-- All kinds of wood and all lengths. J. E. SAMPSON, Greenville P. O %VANTED---Representatlve to look after our magazine subscriptions in Greenville and victn!ty. ~vexy f v m i I y orders subscriptions. Itundreds of dollars are spent for them 'each fall a~ winter in this vicinity. Instructions and equip- meat free. Guaranteed lowest rates on all perioJicals, domestic and foreign. Represent the oldest magazine agency in the Unito.l States. Start a growing and pec- manent business in whole or Now here in Greenville At Union Gas Station spare Ume. Address MOORE- COTTRELL, Inc Naples Road, North Cohocton, i~-ew York. I~VANTED--To buy old horses for III I III II II DON'T WAIT TIL IT RAINS TO II Estim~te~ accurately and cheerfully given on rqof, linolou~ fireplaces and complete remodeling Jobs. W. W. HALL fox feed, Address Feather River III I I Fox Farm, Almanor, Calif. * / FOR S~LEz--~as rang~, %vith go0~] {~ baking oven. Burners set f,rlll+ DI+UIMIA IAIIMI~DV ~1 bottle gas. Price $25. Apply atll~ EIEIVlE~ i~l~~/ wood FOR sA +-Yellow pine+l Wet a kitchen and heating stove wood. Ill+ J " """ N +:i:i:. [l+ Dry Cleaning ] FOR l~ENT--Modern three-room i l~ Every Tuesday and Fmday house, with bath. Indian Valley Bank. } I1~ J ExplOsives. The petroleum in- dustry h'as signed contracts with the War Department, Fo produce 60,000,000 gallons a year of toluene, the basic ingre- d~cnt of TNT. Glycerine is being made in even greater quantities. Production of both of these vital materials can be expanded to the requirements of new explosive plants as fast r,~ the plants can be built. The way to avoid war Is to make America self-sufficient-- Illl I aln One New 1940 Ford DeLuxe 4-Door Sedan at a DRASTIC "' If you want a real bargain come in and look at this new car trmke America strong. Indian Valley Bank The pctroleum~ industry, on Commercial and Savlng~ its owe initiative and without i GREENVILLE, CALIF. government slbsldy, has pre- pared it~el? to do its part with. ~5"~U~C~C~,'~C~+ out delay in a national emer- $55 gency. 1929 Ford 4-D00r Sedan Cash America's defense will never be "groundcd." Petroleum will $4 h never let her down. Buick Sedan Cas 1938 International -Ton Pickup R PACIFIC COAST,A-1 Conditio:i Guaranteed. 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