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..ursday, October 6, 1955 l een Around Tow,l By SARAH SHAFER , Mr. and Mrs. Bill Fay and son Dennis, of Altaville, spent the Past week end visiting their aunts, Myrtle McMillan and Max- the Dolphin, and their grand- nlother, Mrs. Pearl Fay. Leslie and Gene Fogleman 'ere two of the lucky buck hun- ters this last week end, each re- turning with a forked-horn. Mrs. Jack Harding is confined to her home with an attack of bronchitis• "Granny" Mitchell was taken ' to the hospital in Quincy Sunday ! and is now reported to be rest- lag comfortably there. Mrs. Beulah Dunn and Mrs. Lucy Richelieu were among the reenvilleites called in to report at Quincy on Monday for jury duty. I " Mr. and Ml:s. Earl Waits of • 13Urney visited here with the ,I ]  vin Waits' and the Fay Smiths , OVer the past week end. • " Mrs. Billie Wilson had the ' tfsfortune to fall'and sustain a p ! badly bruised knee while out , ' hunting last Sunday. Visitors at the James Toland E  home on Monday were Mr. and Irs. A1 Gerome and two sons ot San Francisco. Mrs. Gerome . d Mrs. Toland are old friends, Iving worked together at the ] .rmanente Hospital in Rich- I , lllond a few years ago. Birthday celebrations in the itlchelieu family seem to run in ecession: Mrs. Lucy Richelieu ' has a birthday Oct. 6, her daugh- , t r-in-law Carolyn Richelieu cel- ebrates hers on Oct. 7, and her aUghter, Barbara Crouch's nat- al day is Oct. 8. It was erroneously stated in this column last week that the ' Wf'enee E. Towers "Sr. were cel- ebrating their 23rd anniversary• It s.hould have been the 24th. : Orry for the mistake--SS.  If you are among those won- :ring what that blue-and-gold eak that saw dash- was you Lg through Setzer's mill yard last Thursday, it was none other than Akela "Wilson aand her Cub " "Outs of Den 2. They were on their way to the picnic grounds to make their dinner on the new ! Camp stoves there. A grand time ! as enjoyed by all, though there " rere a few worried parents due I I The answers to everyday ,nsurance Droble ms* QUESTION: A friend of mine who just be- me engaged was given a rge and very valuable dim ton.d ring. Her mother thinks t should be insured. Is,it pos- Sible to name both my friend and her fiance in an insur- ance policy? 'ANSWEI% Yes, as matter of fact the a , ttuation you describe is the Only one in which a Personal e.welry Floater policy may be written naming people who are not related as insureds. *If You'll address your own in- SUrance questions to this office. we'll try to give you the correct arts.•wets and there will be n( eharge or obligation of any kind, EDWARDS, GEIL 4; TURNEI "Quincy Phone 68 Greenville Phone 22-M-3 I'DIAN VALLEY RECORD Page veu TELEVISION'S THE THING Carl and Laverne Furrer were visitocs at La hom of Mr. and Mrs. George Mage of Orovilla last Sunday, enioying lh World Series game on television. Carl says "televisio's the, thing - - how soon can we get it here in Greenvil!e?" sk 1 tow come he didn't o out after a wily buck, he replied: %Vatehing tel- evision's a lot easier." to the fact that the good time and the light of day didn't quite end o;,ether. Those presntwere Stephen Tolton, Bobby and Craig Cam, eron, Billy and Pat Snavely, Kenneth and Roy Wilson, and Mike Holder, a visitor. Torn$ny Rahn, a member of that den, spent the interim in the den- List's chair. Have you been to the picnic grounds lately? What a change from what it was d few years ago! It's turning into a real place to relax and enjoy a few hours of quiet and peace from every- day work. Credit for the im- provement of the area goes very largely to Supervisor Humphrey. }'t'rlCllP MFET TO BE HELD NEXT WEDNESDAY Bf PLU..AS CO. CHAMBER A special membership m Ling of te Plumas County Chamber of Commeree will be held at the courthouse in Quincy Oct. 12. The mambership will be asked to eonsidr,r a change in the by-laws which would offi- cially authorize the present ar- ranffemant whereby local cham- bers of commerce are affiliated with the county body. The fol- lowing it:ms will also be sub-. miLLed for discussion: Fish planting, both method and nurrber. County maps published by the Chamber. County brochures and any other comments regarding the Charn,ber's past activities or fu- ture projects. KEECHI GETS 202-POUNDER Frank and Leo Keeehi both "declared their bucks this week, it being reliably reported that the one Frank got weighed in at 202 pounds. Leo's wasn't as big but was described as "a very nice one." 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