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RNS TO SALT MINES With Cy Hall back on the job week, Mark Miller was forced his vacation, which !spent helping out at the F. L. store while Cy was confined his home. He has returned to Humbug Valley salt mines. ..t..,. o.,, o.. =+q?.-n lY this Un- Plus Tax Cham. extra-easy taRRYING rJdm Ircs you ve Otttr mtexi in a portable . . + tttitling SEE-SBT MARGIN IM KEY SET TABULATION MIMI$  w,,w $2 A tiWlr J PATTY + TEWRITER SHOP Underwood Sales &amp; Service Phones 295 or 2414 |6 W. Third Chic Leave calls at 39-M b  r0r 3 years in millions 0f iioas THE 100% EMULSION PAINT 19 gal ]7 qt. OLOS The Wonder Paint for Walls Ceilings +: Woodwork Goes on in half the time No odor, no brushmarks Can be washed repeatedly Select from 60 gorgeous colors. it EXCLUSIVE DISTRIBUTOR INDIAN VALLEY VARIETY Jewell Standart, owner ilE E N VI LLE. CALl F. +. U.N. Is Six Years Old UNI AREA SALESMAN FOR GRANNY GOOSE FOODS DIES IN CHICO, Word was received this week of : :;::: the dea'h of George Leo Tenbrink who on .... i !::]: . died October 10 from in- juries sustained when his truck struck a tree near Forest Ranch in Butte County .... Tenbrink was quite well known in this area as the local represen- tative for Granny Goose products. He was 27 years old and leaves a widow, and two daughters in Chico. where he had lived for the past 21 years. Blanche B. Good of Greenville is among those who this year re- ceived a permit to shoot antler- less deer. it was learned today. THE INDIAN VALLEY RECORD EVA CUMINS HOSTESS TO NO-HOSTESS CLUB The No-Hostess Club of Green= ville held its regular meeting last. Friday afternoon at the Greenville home of Mrs. Eva Cumins. High score was won by Macie Raynolds, while other prizes went to Edna Fisher, Elsie Ann Hanson and Lou Price. Others attending were Adah .<+tlffmn, Lena David,on, Henri Fisher, Amy Hardgrave, N or a Hatch, Nell Larison, Fannie Mc- Vey, and the hostess. 91 FINDS HIS DEAR AT HOME Ketl Hunter, who spent an en- Joyable week's vacation watching his wife work and hunting the elusive buck. returned to the op- ++ --THURSDAY, OCT. 18, 1951 ,i MRS. CHAMBERLAIN NAMED KEY BANKER HERE R, D. Brigham, President of the California Bankers Associat- ion, has appointed Mrs. Cecilia M. ChaPoberlain, Vice President-Cash- ier of the Indian Valley Bank, as Key Banker for Plumas and Las- sen Counties, an appointment which Mrs. Chamberlain has held for several years under various President of the California Bank- er Association. Mrs. Chamberlain plans to pre- sent the awards of the Bankers ,SOC+3tioq tO the ,i-H CIuD mem- bers of the Honey Lake Valley Clubs at Standish on October 21. oration of the Morris store yes- terday but the only dear he suc- ceeded in finding was Pat. YOUR PECIALS FOR FRIDAY AND SATU RDAY OCTOBER 19-20 On this date, six years ago, the Charter of the United Nations came into force. On this date U.N. reaffirms the aims of the organ- ization, recalls its achievements and pledges to continue all efforts to realize its purposes: Collective measures against aggression, promotion of peaceful settlement of disputes, international action for economic and social progress, aid to peoples on the road to independence. These are the main avenues along which U.N. advances into its seventh year of existence. Throughout the world, in every field of human endeavor, U.N. and its affiliated agencies con- tiaue action towards the achievement of these goals of the Charter. DESTIATION AMERICA IS NAME OF NEW F+ R. CANYON FILM Filming mountain railroad op- erations from a helicopter hover- lag+uncertainly in the turbulent I i air currents of the Feather River Canyon was the exciting ex- HASKINS VALLEY RESORT HAS PARTY Last Saturday evening Paul and Eleanor Ziegelmaier, of Haskins Valley Resort at Bucks Lake, gave their seventh annual year-ending party. It is conservatively estimat- ed that more than three hundred guests were present. After the cocktail hour a de- licious venison stew. with a side order of Bucks Lake trout, was perlence of ameraman C-rmck|Served With all te trimnngs. Eymann during the production of ! The list of guests tended from Plumas county to the Sacramento W.estern Pacific's just released t and San Joaquin valleys. Dancing color movie "Destination, Ameri= ] was enjoyed until after two o'clock ca." "There is just no way to i in the morning. shoot this except from "sky-i hooks" was his comment on view-I ATTEND WEDDING OF ing I00 car freights snaking! NIECE IN QUINCY around the Canyon's curves and the helicopter was the answer Mr'. and Mrs. Dale Hannah Sun- apparently the first time this teeh- day attended the wedding of his nique has ever been used in the niece, Miss Lloyd Eilee Jones of production of documentary movies. I Quincy, to Oroville Lee Jester o "Destination, America" portrays / the dramatic side of modern rail- roading-the high speed diesel- powered freight trains and the centralized traffic control systems that make them possible, how Oroville, at the Quincy Community Church. Rev. Miller officiated at the ceremony. The young couple will make their home in Oroville, where the groom is employed, fol-J lowing a short _oneymoon. We have never gone to selling lower grades of Beef. One trial of our Roasts and Steaks means we can count you as a regular customer. MYRTLE GLENN'S Icebox Cream Pie Broadcast: June 16, 1951 I t cups graham */4 teaspoon salt cracker crumbs 1 cup go Milk {/2 tablespoolts I cup boiling water soft butter 3 egg yglks, beaten cup sugar I teaspoon vaill 2 tablespoons 3 egS whites costarc h Mix crumbs, butter and 2 tablesp. sugar. Save out  cup crumb mix. ture. Press rest of crumb mixture in bottom and on sides of greased 9-in. pie pan. Chill. Meanwhile, mix 1./. cup sugar, cornstarch and salt. Stir in mxture of milk and water. Stir over boiling water until smooth; then OeOk 10 min., stirring now and then. move from heat. Stir into egg Folks. Cook and stir over boiling water 2 min. Cover and cool. When cold, add vanilla. Pour into crumb- lined Beat egg whites'until stiff. SlowIeabat in 6 tablesp, sugar. Put  custard, spread/nj to edae of ,,,-" prlnkle top with rest o cmb m--'ix"-" ture. Chill 3 hours, or longer. You Will Need: Sego Milk, Graham Crack- ers, Cornstarch, Eggs, V- nilla, Sugar. Our Fryers, from Eva Neer, are always the best money can buy. They can't beat our local Fryer Chickens--and only 59c per pound. Delicious, tender PICNIC HAMS.- ......... only lb 49c Shilling and MJB COFFEE IN CANS ................ lb 85c Lady's Choice FLAKE TIA ...................... 25c Giant Packages TRD S0P POWDER ........ 47c + That good Jewel SALAD 91L ................ quarts 59c No. 2 cans Ukelele PINAPPLE ................ 2 for 49c No. 303 tins H-B APPLE SAUCE .............. 2 tar 25c' GLENN-PATRICK S PHONE 38.M Lindsay Glenn We rks Now and Then GREENVILLE teletype netWorks keep shippers constantly advised of the progress ,.ram, ,,! I of tlaeir cargoes, and how special /L/ loading problems are met. All these facets and many more are seen through the eyes of Jerry Parker, a young man who seeks to follow his father's profession i ........ the railroad's freight traffic de- pertinent. Jerry, impressed as he is with the spectacular develop- ments of up-to-the-minute rail- . roading, concludes that it is still the railroad's men who count most of all. "Destination, America," in color and sound, rune 25 minutes and was filmed by Photo and Sound Productions of San Francisco. Showings may be arranged with- out charge through the Depart- ment of Public Relations, Western Pacific Railroad, 526 Mission St., San Francisco. W.-J. Beacom, wife and.son, of Oakland paid Indian Valley a visit last week, they were the former owners of Beacom's Resort of p :::::::::::::.+:.:::::: .... :::::::::::::::: POWER! Powerthatputayoualad! SMOOTHNESSI [$'s smoother NedL tt,%%%%. - = - ,, -.-=%-=%,. R Genesee. 4an. *Hydra-Mu/c Drireoptiono/aexlra  i}ili!i!::;ii::i::iiii::iiii::i::ii i''::;;!!;:!!;}i;!;!!!i!;i !!::!;i;:: ...... ::!iiiii{!{i::!i::::::i::::i'"'::i::ii!ii!ii+:'::;i{}::i ;::+ ;::; ,:,. a "Pod" Erda. mr Oldsmobile's "Rocket" Engine is fa a f : - . east. 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