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THE INDIAN VALLEY RECORD THURSDAY, NOV. 1, 1951 rWORRIED? NEED HELPT (OMPETENT ASTROLOGER qTH  YRS. FPFICCE WILL HELP TOU SOLVE YOUR PROBLEM. SEND 6OMPLETZ BIRTH DATE & STATE YOUR PROBLEM FULLY. CLOSZ $I FOR IN- DIVIDUAL & PROMPT PERSONAL REPLY TO HJURMONY PE. P. O. BOX 794 a08 ANGELES $$, CALIFORNIA. ,i i i SAWS AND LAWNMOW00IS SHARPENED Factory Machine Mhod' iii ii i i i i Plckupa Dellvery Svlce Leave Ordem At GREENVILLE SHOE SHOP i i i BACK SAYING HELLO Justine Deal is back on the job 'this week after enjoying a few days vacation in Sacramento, from her job as supervisor of the local telephone office. Replacing her during the trip were Gladys Scott. Norms Glenn, Nancy Swanson, Janice Swindlehurst, Lela Bridg- man and Viola Van Fleet. JOHN E. RILEA Truck Owner and Agent For QUINCY LAUNDRY AND DRY CLEANERS IN Greenville Typewriter ribbons and typing blanks and signs at The, Recordl FLOWERS FOR ALL OCCASIONS Telephone Greenville 75'M-2 MANES FUNERAL HOME TAYLORS00 NEWS NOTES Dr. Masters left Saturday for his home in Los Angeles after spending a few weeks here Mr. "and Mrs. Hugh Stephens and Howard: Montikey spent Monday and Tuesday of last week in Sacramento. Mrs. Helga Young who had gone to New Jersey to spend a week with her husband Capt. Bill Young, went to Monroe, Mich. Monday where she accompanied Mrs. Mickey Donaldson and child- ren Sally and David and Mrs. Kathleen Braden back here, re- turning Friday. Mrs. Donaldson drove to Michigan to get her children and Mrs. Braden accom- panied her cousin back to spend an indefinite time Bruce Fisher spent the week end here from Chico. Mrs. Marie Sorsoli was a guest of' Mr. and Mrs. Carl Paulsen at a Rotary meeting in Portola Sat- urday night. Jack King drove to Reno Sat- ents. Bobby Stephenson drove them home on Monday. Mr. and lrs. G. L. Vander- hoven came up from Tehama to spent Friday with the Bernard lcKowskis. Sunday the McKow- skis motored to Tehama. The Fashion Show that was to be held Friday night was post- poned to a latter date. Mrs. Helen Nolan and baby son of Reno spent a few days here with her sisters, Mrs. Alice Wxl- liams and Mrs. Susan Eveland and their families, also her father A. J. Downey at Englemine. The community was saddened to hear of the death of our Post- master Mark Herring who suffered a heart attack while duck hunt- ing Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Kayo Mullen and family of Hayforl arrived Saturday to be with her mother Mrs. Herring. Funeral ser- vices were held here on Monday. Mrs. Elsie nn Harmon is work- ing in the post office for a fev WESTWOOD The Most Complete De.mtment Store in Lauen Clothing-Shorn Ready-To-Wear Appliance-Radios 8hoe-Repairing or urday. Other Reno visitors on Sat- GUt &  Op urday were Mr. and Mrs. Bert Telephone Quirmy 115 Awbrey, Mrs. Charles Taresh and ---_--_-v-- Marian Higgins. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Burns spent a few days at Port Chicago. Mrs. Mary Wing has received word that her grandson Allen days. Floyd Neer has taken sevcra of his prize bulls down to the Cow Palace in San Francisco. Mr. and Mrs. Rod Krug of the T{mber Trail Ranch left Monday for Live Oak to take back their grandson, Danny, who has been ' ...... ...... NOTARY I'" I L.g00 Wok. I W]'OOD [ TYPING - CONTRACTS I I LEASES - DEEDS, ETC. [ a00IO s00wcE I I co.P00E RADIo I AUS00 I x. a.co00 I Telephone 8-M-4 l BOX 987 W C [ On hiway 89, near hrigh school ! |i Crescent Street - Greenville cmco YE GIFT SHOPPE BEDFORD'S Cards - Stationery - Ceremi Watches - Diamonds Jewelry - Silverware FOR ALL OCCASIONS R EPA I R I N G 122 West Third Street - Chloe 119 W. 3rd St. Chloo, Cal. RED BLUFF F I C K E R T' S JOHN M. MOORE We have what you want in "The Best Place in Town to Buy a Car" HOME FURNISHINGS Chevy - Olds - Cadillac Phone 200 Red Bluff Tehama Co. Dealer Ph. 166 The Record recommends the following merchants to pros- pective shoppers in this vicinity. SUS&NVILLE Buyers' Gu/de CARL'S SHOES Roblce- Buster Brown - Airstep JUSTIN & HYER COWBOY BOOTS Loosley's lnrdrcmce Soice Sierra Theatre Building SUSANVILLE, CALIF. AT WOLF CREEE GARAGE Phone G:eenville 68-M EVERY MONDAY LONG'S SHOE STORE Fine Footwear for Men, Women and Children HOSIERY 614 Main St, Plone 84-B V4TRTH-MILLR Halwcre General Electric Appllanoee SPORTING GOODS PLUMBING SUPPLIES 618 Main St, Phone 223-B TED CORDER Studebaker- Willys-Overland Used Cars & Trucks Trailers, Truck Beds Kelly and U. S. Royal Tires We Service All Makes Phone 20(X)---1327 Main Street MILLWOOD FLORIST AND NURSERY Flowers for All Oaelon| Bulbs - Seeds - Plant8- Trees Main & Sacramento Ph. 881.B LASSEN OFFICE Typewriter= - Statiormry - Gifto Hotel Mount Lueen Building See the Complete Line of PHILCO HADIOS Refrigerators-Ranges- Freezers Davis Service AppUance Griffid Building Phone 406-B L R. PACKWOOD, Opt. D. Glasses Fttted and Hepaired Oice l-louts: 9-1'2 and 1-b II II n 607 Cottage Street Telephone 247-B DEAL & DAYIE SERVICE Cadillac . (JldanODIl Cars GMC Trucks - Goodyear Tires RECAPPING Complete Automotive Service Phone 212-B 1107 Main St. Safety Tested Used Cars Dealers in Builders' Supplies To ,. M. CAIENTER SIOP Gab|net Work-Glass Work h and Doors Phone -B 807 Union DOYLE MOTO CO. Sale- FORD- 8eFvir. FOItD - and EtCUI%X Guarantod Used Gar= PhOne 295-B 611 Main Gt, EASI:MAN'S STUDIO Gates of Redding has been burned quite badly. Mrs. Wing left Tues- day to be with him. Colburn Smith has returned here after taking a load of furniture to Mission, Texas for Mrs. Jean Clarke. Mr. and Mrs. George Lambert of Greenville visited in town Sun- day with friends. Wayne Sorsoli come up from Sacramento to spend the weekend visiting relatives and friends here and in Crescent Mills. The Dick Griffins of North Arm have been enjoying a visit with their daughter of Stockton. Hugo Maddalena of Loyalton his father of Naps visited friends here Sunday. They are for- mer residents of Greenville. Several new telephones were in. stalled the first of the week. Mrs. Alex Largent and sons Ronnie and Ddnny of Quincy have spent a week here with her par- NOTICE OF HEARING BEFORE THE PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION OF TH STATE O" CAI.JORNLA In the Matter of the Application of PACIFIC GAS AND ELECrRIC COMPA.NY for an order of -the Public Utilities Commission of the State of California under Section 63 (a) of the Public Utilities Act authorizing applicant to increase its electric rates and charges in the manner and to the extent herein stated. Application No. 32589 NOTICE IS BY GIVEN that the Public Utilities Commis- sion of the State of California has set the hearing in the above en- titled matter before Commissioner Huls and Examiner Edwards starting Wednesday, November 7, 1951 at 10:00 a.m. in the Commis- sion Courtroom, State Building, San Francisco, California, at which Ume and place all interested par- ties may appear and be heard. BY ORDER OF THE PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION. Dated at San Francisco, this 10th day of October, 1951. R. J. PAJALICH, Secretary Public Utzlities Commission of the State of California. NOTICE TO CO-OWNER OF MINE TO CONTRIBUTE AUgUSt 2, 1951 To G. E. Goodhue, her heirs, exec- utors, administrators, ScceS- sors or careens: ou are hereby notified that , the undermgnea, have expendea the sum ot 'l%vo riundred and no/100 ($200.00) Dollars in labor and impzovements upon the Vic- tory No. 1 Quartz Clazm, situate m lnman l'ownsp, County of Plu- mas, State of Califorma which aid claim is more particularly described in the Notice of Location Uereof, of record in Volume 16 or Quaxz Clanns, at page 197, in Lne office of the Comity Recorder ol the Coun.ty of Plumas, State of Cahorma, m order to hold azd mmmg m under theprovision- of Section 2324 Revised Statut of the United States. being the amount required to hold the same for the mimng years ending July lt, 1950, and July 1st, 1%81. And you are hereby further notified that if wlthin 90 days from the service Of this Notice on you, you fail or refuse ,to con- tribute your aroporUon of aaid expenditures, as co-owner, your interest in said rialto will become the property of the undersigned, under the provisions of said Sec- tion 2324. J. W. GOODHUE, co-owner. (Pub Aug 9 thrugh Nov 8) INDIAN VALL0000,[ RECORD Published Every h r=day Night Entered fia the ]post office at Greenville, Caltfernia, as soeond. class matter under the A@t of Com4ess of March , 1879. Thelme A. Johnson. E, N. J ohnsc Owners and PubKshe M/ember of C.N.P.A. - N.ILA. visiting here for a few weeks. Miss Patrieia Johnson left on Monday to return to her nursing in San Francisco after spending a month's vacation here with her parents the Lee Johnsons and her sister Barbara. Mrs. Merlin Yoakum entertain- ed at a turkey dinner Sunday in honor of her husband's birthday. Those present were Mrs. Charles Taresh, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Awbrey and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Brown and family and Marian Higgins. LeRoy Buckner and Robert Wil- liams drove to Tulelake Thursday and stayed until Saturday cluc,x hunting. AT THE CHURCHES GREENYlLLEITES Christian Science Society, Quin- cy: Lesson Sermon Sunday 11:00 a.m. Evening meeting on the first Wednesday of each month, 8 p.m. St. Anthony Catholic: Father J. J. Corooran, pastor; Sunday Mass 10:45 a. m., Quincy 9:00 a. m. Assembly of God: Rev. Don North, pastor; S. S. 9:45 a. m., Service 11:00 a. m., Service 7:30 p.m. Sunday. Wednesday Youth Meeting at 7:30 p.m. Lutheran Church: Second and Kourth Sunday of each month, 2:30 p. m., at Assembly of God Church. CommunRy Church - Greenville: S. S. 9:45 a. m., Service 11:00 a. m. Taylorsville: 10:00 a. m. Crescent Mills: 9:00 a. m. Felowship Din- ner at Greenville first Thursday of each month, 7 p. m. Elder C. Wayne Griffith, pastr; Sabbath School 9:30 a.m.; Wor- ship Service 11 a.m. Saturday. Prayer Meeting 8 p.m. Wednesday. MARKS FOURTH BIRTHDAY Master Dick Wright was host to a group of his little friends Hal- lowe'en eve, when he appropriate- AMONG 6700 STUDENTS AT SAN JOSE STATE Three students from Green'rl are attending San Jose State Cob lege, which began its 94th y Sept 24. They are among the 670@ students enrolled in Californla'l oldest publicly-supported colleg Enrollment at San Jose is a])ol  : 300 less than it was last Fall, but 700 higher than the numl attending during the 1951 Spril quarter. Greenville students at San Jo State College are: Constance I Deal, Clarence L. Dilts and Joa B. Scruggs. Friends and relatives away front home are always glad to recelV0 the home-town paper. Send thenl a gift subscription to The Record, Inllllnnluuuluullilllll JOIN THE : CRUSADE ly celebrated his fourth birthday. Those present to aid him in the : FOR observance were Peggy and Judy Davis Rocky and Georgia Bohne, :  Gould' Fickhardt, Mike, Sharon - ZJLIrJJLUJL and Jenny Hatch, Dennis Lee Lewis, Jesse, Idela and "Cowboy" IIRITT% T_TT 1 qITTT.T Smith, Donnie and Barbara Hall. -- mAt'lA$ l-lr'l IA'LU IK& Accompanying the youngsters wer Ella Mae McClure and Mary m FIGHT Stroder, and Del Wright. ]- #'%KR'TT ..... Games were played, prizes being[ -1-1uNIBM awarded to Mike Hatch, Gould[: Fickardt and Rocky Bohne, after I which refreshments were served I-]|j V] [ V  Mr. and Mrs. Bernard McKow-imm ski and daughters spent Thursday I GREENVILLE, CALIF, d Friday m Eugene Oregon ' " : " " " ' ' R'-nnBuninaueuinllllll VIEW-MASTER STEREOSCOPE '2 chlldr s tales and scenic wonderlands come to life in the amazing realism of full color, three dimension View-Master pictures. 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