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Q RECORD ANt) PROGRESSIVE ,ooy, ,,. ,,,  T A Y ]L O P S " I ][_ I.  TAYLORSVILLE New Era Foreseen (from last week) Verdict Still Pack 2o 121 0000.ulsen ,,h. t,a0000o00t nioe In Plumas County id-athered al the Edward Brown bucks. Mrs Ruby L(,&apos;ve el (;enesee en- hem,,, F)r lileir first meeting of Mr and Mrs Ravmond Chap. tertained al a birthday parw m D J b St the new year, Members include mall were dinner guests of Mr Wednesday t or her daughter S am o arts ,.,I- Effect Bill3 I)olphin Darrell Joseph, and Mrs Raymond Chapman Jr Nancy who celebrated her 5th It was reported by officials of Jell Paulsen. Johnny Pearce.!and family ar Txvain Sunday. birNaday, and her son Le,ter the Plumas County Chamber of John Carroll. Jimmy Merino, Darell Chapman who had re- who was 7. Guesls included Day (?mnlneice that the Frenchman The sentence to be served by Michael "Watenpaugh, John Ray- mained over night with his id. Dennis and Donnie Joseph, Dam grcund breaking ceremon- ounce and - ttelbert Dale Lewis for the mend Sweeney and Eric Brown. brother and family, returned Randy Kidder. Janny Carrie and ies Sept 29, were attended by one month --- will hatchet murder of Wallace M Den mother is Mrs Florence home with his parents Sunday. Bobble Polthast, Debra McVie- more than 500 people and at the sputnik-like peep Lunar stands aI life imprison- Brown, assistant den mother Visiting Mr and Mrs Harold' ar. Cheryl and Sharyn. Michael following luncheon, sponsored er a range of several menL following a hearing in I Mrs Reuben Bodmer of Green- Superior Court yesterday on a ville. Boy Scout Tim Howell is defense motion that Lewis eith. den chief and Billy Dolphin er be granted .a new trial or the denner. The Brown's garage has verdict ,against ,him be reduced been urned over "o the boys for from murder to assaulq with a their new den. Skits and proj- dead,ly weapon, with intent to eets ,are being made and pre- RADI0-EQUIPPED TEN-FOUR, OVER Six ruffled grouse quipped with tiny mitters in an taken by the Minnesota merit of Fish and The transmitters Mr and Mrs Jack Hutchison and sons of Anderso pent the weekend with Mr and Mrs Mil- ,ion Jensen and (ther relatives. Mr and Mrs C,arlie Lang and son Harvey enjoyed a visi,t over the w'eek end wic,h their daugh- ter ,and famiy, Mr and Mrs Bob Place and Stevie of San Jose. Naney Ohl accompanied them on the trip from Santa Clara. Nancy visited her father, Fabi- an Ohlfs. Week end house guests a the home of Mr and Mrs Charlie Lang were Mr and Mrs Ray Smith of Lewiston. They came up to hunt but were unsuccess- ful. Phil Miekeson. son of Marie Miekelson. is home on 9 days' leave from Pensacola. He ex- pects to be stationed in Texas al'ter Uhe hol,idays. The second-grade Browines, with their leaders Ruby McCol- lum, Mrs Perkins a3d Mrs Wheele% held their first meet- ing of the first scouting pro- ram t the Legion Hall Mon- day. Fifteen were present. Mr and Mrs Bob Nichols and family spent the week end in Wearied visiting hs sister and ran'fly, the Dick Marstmals. The Nichols, former local reaidents, also wisited many friends here. George and Rslie Gaither of Sma Bruno spen the week end recently with Mr and Mrs Gordon Purdy and visited other relatives. Jack Webb, sn of Mr and Mrs Ken Webb, spent 11 days at home on leave from Fort Ord, where he completed his basic train+rig with the army. On Thursday his parents 4rove ,him to Reno here ,he ca.ught a plane took him "to his new duty station a Fort Sam HoustDn, Texs. Mr nd Mrs George Curnow enterbaied ,at dinner Sunday in honor of their son Curtis, who left Tuesday for Oakland o take his vl: entrance tests. Present were Mr and Mrs Mick- ey Lee and amy of Truckee and Mr and Mrs George Cur- now Sr of Quincy, IUItIllllIIlllUltlItlUItllll DR. WILLIAM E. DORE DR. JACK A. ELFANT OPTOMET RI STS complete Vision Service Eye Examinations Fitted dy. Mr and Mrs Donald Luyster and family spent the week end with relatives in Sacramento. They went down to attend the wedddng of her san Larry Turn- er ,to Miss Fern Shaffers. Aldo Sorsoli. Johnny McLain and John Sobrero hunted ducks in !Ioney Lake Valley on op- ening day. They reu,rned home with heir limits of birds. John- ny McLain has returned to his San Rafaet home. Mrs Dorothy Fisher was host- ess to ALvar Society Tuesday evening a,t her home. Plans were made final for the Bazaar held Sa,turday in Greenville. The hDstess served refreshments at the close of the evening. Kenne|h Cooper and friend of Chino State spent the week end n ' here with Ken y s parents, Mr  and Mrs Ernest Cooper and Im- gene. Thcy returned to Chino late Sunday. Rod Krug of Oroville came up- loan. Priced low for quick Thursday on a hurried husiness  ah,. :l bedroom l,onl wilh fireplace trip mar ('(Ill F/ |leusc \\;'0 finan- Mr and Mrs "Chuck" Wilson: cimr. Its of lots --- Big lots -- drove her father Leonani Me- small lots, some with restric- flail --- seine without. Land is CHESTER day forenoon in behalf of the motion for a new trial, with re- duction of the verdict as an al. ternative. Chellis Carpenter, dis. trict attorney,,t told Begt D I anes, Superior Court judge who] had conducted the trial, that 1 he would llke to have ,until Mon- day to study the legal ttthori- ties quoted by defense counsel, bu Judge Janes said he wanted to dispose of he cruse sooner, and gave Carpenter until 2 pm yesterday to prepare his argu- ment. At conclusion of the argument the judge denied the motion. do great bodily harm, pared for their Halloween theme Mr and Mrs John Hardgrave Mr and Mrs Charles Taresh that there was a lack of inter- ters Sandra and A Superior Court jury found to be Shown at their pack mee- spet Wednesday in Susanville. went to Oroville Saturday on est in the California Water Plan I Saturday with Mrs Lewis guilty of having struck ing ,held at the Taylorsvi!le Lucas in the back of the mtd school on the 3rd Friday of ev- Allen Kelly spmzt the week business and visited Mr and tin Plumas County was definite, and family. with the blunt side of the hatch- ery month, hich ists of I end here visiting Allen Eve- Mrs Rod Krug who recently, ly dispelled last Tuesday by the et and .then hacking im in the their cubmaster, Bill WatCh-I land and Mr and Mrs Loren moved to Oroville. The KrugSienthusiasti c participation of back w he blade side, wRh paugh, den mothers, and all iKingdon and baby. and the Taresh's drove on to Plumas County peep  i of supervisors and to County water board. I,1 " Sacramento and remained or- the result several ribs were sev- mothers and dads and anyone] Mr and Mrs Frankie PTlm. ernight as guests of Mrs Evelyn E J Humphrey, chairman of of Frenchman Dam is ered from .his sDine. LunaR died who is interested in boys. rose nd family of Oakland Yoakum, daughter of Mable and[Plumas County s Board of Sup- ning of a new era in the Poola hospital a few Mr and Mrs Daniel Simpson spem Saurday and Sun@ay here Charles. Sunday on their re'turn I ervisors, declared. "This fine County, and it will days after the ax"tack. (nee Edith Ross, and friend stop- visiting his grandfather George trip they visited the Krugs' son. fine showing of interest on the er prosperity for the John F Keane, who with A1- peal by to see Mrs tuCh Clary Sobrero Sr Frankie was a suc- Mr and Mrs Bill Archibald and lpar of the people of Plumas'surely better living in' an Thieler has served as legal on Thursday on their way to cessful buck hun.ter, family in Live Oak. County is reassuxing to the board er River Country." this week, there to be processed by prison authorities o deter- mine where in the state's pris- or system he will be assigned. The sheriff intimated Lewis would be tLken to V,c, avilbe sooner were it nt for the ne- cesstty of making out numerous papers. counsel for Lewis, said yester- Red Bluff. Eklgh said her first Dining and dancing together day that an appeal to a higher husband. Ed Smith, 'had pass-tin Greenville Saturday night court would be filed in the de- ed away this summer. He drove ! were Mr and Mrs Chuck Wilson fendnt's behalf, a ,team hauling concentrates who were celebrating their an- In the mean time Sheriff W C from Englemine. [niversary and Mr and Mrs John Abevnethy seid Lewis will be Mrs Agnes Dolphin has been Young who celebraCed Velma's taken to VacaviHe Friday of on the sick list this past week. t birthday. Mr and Mrs Carroll Underwood Attending the football game and two children of Modesto in Loyalton Saturday were Miss arrived Friday to spend the week Imogene Cooper and ,Mdss Sara end with her paren Mr and Wilson. Dale Sobrero and friend, Mrs I.Roy Trusty. They brought ]Ken'ny Cooper and friend of Chi- hs paren.ts, Mr and Mrs W El c" Greenville was playing Loy. Underwood of Morrilton, Ark, alton. who will ,spend a few weeks Mrs June Sloan drove a bus here wi,th a son, Mr and Mrs load of 4th, 5th, and 6h graders Defense counsel argued yeser- Dwain Underwood and children, down the canyon Saturday Harold Turner spent one day were .they played a game of I last week in Reno. baseball iwh the Injun Jim Dave Downey and daughr school. Mrs Barbara Henson, Mrs Merle Madsen have moved principal, accompanoe the chil- down from Eneml.rm lro the dren on the bus. The score was house recently vacated by the 15-10 in fate of Injun Jim. l A11en Evelaod$. Tiy will spend I ,:Mr and Mrs Bill Downey had l the win,ter monhs living in las their Sunday guests her par. town. ents, Mr and Mrs Lea McColm Otis Iarnes of Quincy called of Standish on the Lauren Hinz family Sun-, Several from here drove to Vin on Saturday where ey attended Flora Grange tha eve- ning. The 6th degree was giv- en to 38 members at a formal, ceremony. Receiving the degree I from here were Mrs Amy Hard. grave and Walter Beaumont. Others attending were Mrs Walt- er Beaumont, Mrs Edna Fisher, Mrs Della Herring, Mr and Mrs, R P Wilson and Bill Perry. Plurnas County's Market Pla OREENVI:LI, E .... FOR SALE xv:\\;l.v t*,cOl','rl<l, ,m,u FOR 'Rl-lr l'f, ESAT1. "O W. SAL h.4 ,,d ,, mlddh' '-' 1(1 ullhllpro''cd ilcr:s on tile ] Grenvill. clo-e io --- PIII RENT -2 }wdrtmm hen et/.o of 2uinry. Beaoliful I crjthing" ,..; ,thlrl Mi).: lid lt o,' " view .lor .ubdivision. \\; real [I.}<, [. LOT N , v devclot> me George Price I;r,,(u,- bargaiil for cash. -[ el l;Ik- =rca ,.h*p t sh'qq #nlk'. vilh'. N5 70x200 lot on hi;hway. Bull- I NICE SM.\\;I,I ti()Ml':, lovely ]()it Ii",,<'l" :2l..dro,un Into. fireplace, nlany lOVe|) l I't's. H}t)dern If'all er. \\; tttolnn llC dins ]l(*t ulut'h goed but lots I hrnh anti fhwers, ,xil'a .lip! -dult. See ('tli't-. of fine water, l:,Ce Iol conhl ndd r,-ntMs '< Main St, Quincy. tfc "!'hi. ; bcdrootn hJnlt, On large t,]ose lU  ] - corner fenced tol Has VA A t, L "t'IIESE I't{lt'E; "l't  , t[ i'l" t<i':S'l'--\