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October 7, 1954

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0etober 7, 1954 BUSINESS DIRECTORY DIAMOND MATCH CO. UILDERS' SUPPLIES WE DELIVER Phone Quincy Four R. JAMISON, Manager qUINCY. CALIFORNIA DR. JACK ELFANT OPTOMETRIST 351 - 156 Jackson St. Industrial Hospita 3 QUINCY, CALIF. I Examined - Glasses Fitt.-d Lenses Duplicated Pr Contact Lenses eseription Sun Glasses PACKWOOD, Opt. D. GLASSES FITTED AND REPAIRED Hours: 9-12 and 1-5 607 Cottage Street Telephone 7331 CALIF. GUARANTEED RE-CAPPING Truck and Passenger MATTICE TIRE SERVICE East Quincy Phone 544 QUINCY, CALIF. DR. A. T. DIETLE DR. C. M. CHITTIM OPTOMETRISTS State Theatre Bldg. 1461 Myers FOR AIPPOINTMENT Phone 150 Oroville SIERRA JEWELERS The Store on the Corner Main and Gay S%reets Gotham Sterling Nationally Advertfsed' Watches DIAMONDS Watch Repairing - Engraving SUSANVILLE, CALIF. Hardware Electric Appliances GOODS G SUPPLIES Street - Phone 2305 CALIF. Hollenbeck REALTOR o co and Small Listings and Lrge 'People o co Leonhardt Building Phone Quincy 301 qUINCY, CALIF. PUBLIC ItOBERT MDBRAY 15-M Greenville i i/; AUTO SERVICE ICE Truck Dealer the Hiway Corner at CALIF. M. L. MEANS ttI RO,p RYCT O R Physiotherapy fflce 698 Res. S6-R 'P..dL Inc. ZZI Water Well Punps and Service ,Paints & Varnishes quincy, CAU00. CARL'S SHOES Buster Brown drstep. Robins - Robin Hood AND SHO ES C. 'E EL00'*CTRtC ELECTRICAL and 4er-viee qucy .a 60 W. St. L PG Equipment - Installations Fuel - Fittings Appliances Tanks - Service PLUMAS GAS and APP00CE Co. Telephone 100-M Crescent Street Greenville Reese's Furniture Exchange 2 Miles East of Quincy on Highway 24 o co Phone Quincy 567-W o co Where your credit is good. Small down payment, up to 24 months to pay on all new and used furni- ture. Free delivery to Greenville with $50 purchase Or more. MURRAY INSURANCE AGENCY General Insurance OFF'ICES IN Greenville - Phone 15-M Quincy .... Phone 331 Chester .... Phone 4381 Westwood - Phone 209 f FLOWERS FOR ALL OCCASIONS Telephone GREENVILLE 75-M-2 Greelle-Fmer Home or The Gift & Flower Shop , Telel0hone Quincy 95 '% , / B00alt Rock Co. BUILDING BLOCKS Steel Sash and Door Frames o oo FREE ESTIMATES o oo Jack Woddo, Representative Telephone 850 510 West Wood St., Willows DEAL H DAVIE SERVICE Cadillac & Oldsmobile Cars G,M C Trucks - Goodyear Tires RECAPPING Complete 4kutomotlve Service sefety- 4. Car= {me 0 - 4W  8reet SUSAdRLLE, CALIF. I;ON'S SHOE ' Fi- rlFaea r Men, Women and Children P OParxOt and Jumping Jack .aa  ;Boy .ad G Randy Star lran Yor 'e Men 614 Maln Phone '23JlA . :INDIAN VALLEY RECORD Page Seven SECOND GRADERS INSPECT FIRE FIGHTING EQUIPMENT IN ANNUAL OBSERVANCE Itighlighting the yearly ob- servance of National Fire Pre- vention Week, 45 second graders from the Greenville Elementary School were provided a tour of the local fire hall and inspection of the fire fighting equipment nmintained there Ttsday. They were accompanied by their hard- working teachers, Mrs. Lucille Roulsten and Mrs. Gwendolyn Hall. Bob Murray and Cy Hail conducted their tour and after- wards transported the group back to school on the fire trucks. WEEK ,END HUNTERS MEET A group of unters from out of town gathered at the Ted Kunz- ler home last week end including Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Strauss of Mendocino City, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Anderson of Fort Bragg, Mr. and Mrs. John Arntz and ,ons Johnny and Jimmy of San Rafae]. and Mr. and Mrs. Ted Kunzler Jr. and son Kenny of Oroville. All met to test their t luck against the wily buck. The young sons spent their time with their grandmother. Edna Kunler mid their great grandmother Ma- cle Reynolds, who had returned home from visiting friends and relati,ves in the bay area. The lucky and successful hunters in the party were Ted Kunzler Jr., who bagged a fine 3-pointer; and Mr . Strauss. who killed a young bear. All except Mr. and Mrs. Strauss returned to their hmes Sunday night. COMES FROM PASADENA TO VISIT HALL "TRIBE" Mr. Stewart Nolton of South Pasadena. arrived last week via plane to Reno and is guesting a[ the John Hall home for a few days while visiting the entire IIal] "tribe" con.qsting of Cy, Joe. Rill and their families. On Sat- urday Mrs. Basil Nash of Gra- eagle came over to Greenville and on Snnday the entire "tribe" got together for a reunion at Johnsville and Graeagle. TALKS TO G. 0. P. FEMMES Helen Hollenbeck of Quincy, chairman of the Plumas County Republican Central Committee, was the principal speaker at a meeting of the Republican Wom- en's Club of Susanville, Lessen County, last Friday night. ELKS FETE PUBLISHERS IN OBSERVANCE O NATIONAL NEWSPAPER WEEK Under the leadership of Art Myers, exaIted ruler of Quincy Elks Lodge, the newspaper pub- lishers within their jurisdiction were entertained at a dinner given at The Pit on Sunday night in observance of National News- paper Week. Oct. 3 to 9. A welcome to the group was extended by Mr. Myers following which "Corky" ,Fort, public rela tions counsel for the lodge, spoke on behalf of the organization, expressing appreciation of the newspaper industry and the part it plays in c0mmnnlty life. "Knowing as many reprehen- sible charactev" in the newspa- per business as I do. I can hardly class that profession with the church, but I can say in all sin- cerity that I consider a new'paper just as integral a part of com- munity life as a church, and I wouldn't want to live in a town that did not have one," Fort said. Appreciation of he affair was expressed bY the publishers in their response to the remarks by Messr. ityers :and 'ovt. Pl)re.enting the .Elks were Me. and Mesdames Arthur Myers, "Corky Fort,' .... Duke" Aaserude, and John McCleave. Othr .pyesent were Messrs. and Medame WlIllam Gambell and Rodney tden of (uincy; Stanley d!e of Iortoi, Ioan John- son of Greenville. and Mr. Henry of PlacerviHe. 90N'T COST THEY PAY \\;VANTEI-Small land leveler for CAIPEN'I'ERS WANTED ..... for- 2-plow tractor. %Vrite to P. ,g. work on new Greetville tics-- Box 458, Quincy, giving both ptal. Start at once. See VicBatie make and price. (30-2e superintendent, at hospital sit, ou Itot Springs Road, G,eenville. FOR RENT ....... 3-room furnished house with eclosed por(,h : modern. Inqhire Frontier Motel on SetTer Road. (3 t p FOR SALE--Shotm, Model 12, 12-gauge Winchester Magnum; almost new. $10). Many others to choose from. M. D. Ayoob De- partm't Store, Crreenville. (30-2(: FOR SALE ..... Small 2-bedroom home, mostly furnished includ- ing electric range and refriger- ator; right in town; close to ev.- erything. Large garage; fenced- in yard. Price $2.800.00. Owner on premises. Mrs. Vaye Clay, rear of Crescent Apts.. Crescent St. FOUND in Greenville Tuesday, hound dog wearing Glendale li- cense N0.: might h Beagle. Con- tact Gladys Scott, phone 33-M-3 and pay for this ad. (29? HUNTING PERMITS bound in books for your convenience; $1 each. Recm'd office. WANTED Reliable woman for dishwashing nightly and for cleaning one day a week. Mary Meyer, The Pit, telephone Can- yon Dam 3012. (29tfc FOR SLE 1-yr-old Free West- inghonse portable 'ewin ma- chine: elmost new. Cost $119.50. now priced $75. Mrs. R. Brocke, Canyon Dam. (33p FOR SALE---Weaner pigs. Walk- ing G Ranch, on the Genesee road near Taylorsvllle. (30p FOR SALE OR TRADE---4-bed- room modern home; well built. insulated and weather stripped; Nomellini C.oustructmn" Co. (30-2: PIAi'IO LESS(INS for beginning students. Violet Itaw-on, tele- phone Greenville 24-M-2. (30-2c W, T. RALEIGH C0PANY PRODUTS Robert D. Winnie, Distributor Csnyon Dam, Clif. REAL ESTATE FOR SALE TWO-BEDROOM HOME on 50x;125 ft. lot: good comfort- able house near mills ........ $55 THREE ROOM HOUSE AND attached double garage. Corn let near mills ................ $350 GENESSEE Beautiful new home with gooC water system, storage house an garage. One acre on Co. roa_ House complete in all details. Nea mill. Very easy financing for r- ponsible party. Only ........ $87 Forty acres unimproved land o;. south side of Genessee Valley'.. About 4 acres pasture. Has goo HELEN HOLLENBECK Realtor- Quincy FOR SALE Choice lot on ]P_ia: side of Lake Alma,nor. A ]:r- gin. See Ralph Pierce, Butte, Roms, Westwood. (27; .... lot 50x150; garage; cement walks MAN WANTED for Susanville- and fenced; inlaid tile in kitchen and bathroom, wall to wall rug in living room; sell with or with out other furnishings. Vill con- sider trade for smaller place in Greenville. Earl Wait% telephone Greenvill 37-M-4. ( 28tf WANTED--Christmas trees, ready cut ov on the stump. Phone Greenville 23 lYl 5. 36-13-c GOOD HOME WANTED for two male Springer paps, 5 months od. See Mrs. Russell Crouch, fir t house at Setzer Camp. (28p PIANOS Spinets or uprights. $25.00 down. May be rented with rental to apply toward pur- chase. Modern Music Center, 735 S. Center Street, Reno, Nevada, telephone Reno 35443. (36-10t WK WANTED by middle-aged woman. Willing to do any- thing. Mary McGuire. House 10, Seizer Park, Greenville. (26tf? FOR SALETwo deer guns, two cars, one motorcycle. Reason- able. I. O, Harsin, Jessie Street, Greenville. ( 3 p SHOE REPAIRING,. Reasonable rates, garanteed work. --- I. O. Electrolux Sales & Service. Se: our representative in Quincy for in formation. (25tfc PeR RENT-Sleelng rons by  night or week. Reasonable rates= Also small furnished cabi f" rent. Sierra Rooms, phone Green- ville 53-1-4. (2 VACUUM CLEAN]=t S ac|: SERVI(E EtELUX. representative f()r this area = Jaxnes A. Nel'son. Route 1, Box: 467, Phone 406R, Quincy. 125tf WAN,TED TO BUY- Good use. cars. pickups and jeeps. Russel Motor Sales. telephone Greenvill:: 90-M. (17if c: FOR RENT OR SALE 50x foot warehouse or shop bldg apartment building and other across W-P tracks; also 1 acre ground. Chris Zunino, 1228 . Fourth Street, Reno. TelelahOr Reno 33079. (52- CESSPOOLS and SEPTIC TANK;, pumped and cleaned. Guarar eed work; reasonable prices. -- L.,Ian, house at rear of Cre cent Apts. Phone 88-M-4. (15tf Harsin, Jessie Street. FOR SALE---Deer rifle; '41 Mer- cury engine; '38 Ford parts; '39 Ford sedan; wood range and wood heater. Leroy }Iolliman, opposit Wheelock ranch, 2 V_, mi. east of Greenville. (29p WE BUY USED FURNITURE Phone Quincy 526 For Free Estimate QUINCY FURNITURE CO. SAVE MONEY-SAVE WAMPUM TRADING STAM P8 M. D. AYOOB DEPT. STORE A,U,D,I T I N G ACCO*U NTING INCOME TAX ItMmlLL 55-M-2 34p  PURCHASING SERVIC'E F hard-to-get items --- things o stocked in local stores--write t Earl Kauffman, Purchasin Agent, Taylorsi=lle, Calif., for quick action. (25tf FOR RENT - 2-bedroom hous furnished. Inquire at Frontie Motel on Setzer Road, Green- ville. ( 2 ]1 SPECIAL --- New apartment $ize range, $75.50; Used Norge oil otrculator, 50.000 'btu. 40.00: Used gas circulator. 50:000 :h. 3 .00. Peather River G ,.. elehane 9, Quincy. (.tt RQOM AND BOARIN--Reasonabl lates; good home socking an pleit srrrouudina lne al-- tey Inn, ,phone 69-1-5. (g6fc: QMEN WANTMake ,I noney. Address, mail pos-- cards spare time every w6ek.---- 143